6-methylionone


6-methylionone
irone i"rone, irones i"rones, n. A fragrant liquid substance, a mixture of several isomers of the formula {C14H22O}, forming the essence of the violet fragrance, commonly isolated from orris oil or from the rhizomes of Iris. The main ingredient in violets is {[alpha]-irone}, which occurs as both cis and trans stereoisomers. Called also {6-methylionone}. [PJC]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • alpha-irone — irone i rone, irones i rones, n. A fragrant liquid substance, a mixture of several isomers of the formula {C14H22O}, forming the essence of the violet fragrance, commonly isolated from orris oil or from the rhizomes of Iris. The main ingredient… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • C14H22O — irone i rone, irones i rones, n. A fragrant liquid substance, a mixture of several isomers of the formula {C14H22O}, forming the essence of the violet fragrance, commonly isolated from orris oil or from the rhizomes of Iris. The main ingredient… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • irone — i rone, irones i rones, n. A fragrant liquid substance, a mixture of several isomers of the formula {C14H22O}, forming the essence of the violet fragrance, commonly isolated from orris oil or from the rhizomes of Iris. The main ingredient in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • irones — irone i rone, irones i rones, n. A fragrant liquid substance, a mixture of several isomers of the formula {C14H22O}, forming the essence of the violet fragrance, commonly isolated from orris oil or from the rhizomes of Iris. The main ingredient… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Irone — Irones are a group of methylionone odorants used in perfumery, derived from iris oil, e.g. orris root. The most commercially important of these are:* ( ) cis γ irone, and * ( ) cis α irone Irones form through slow oxidation of triterpenoids in… …   Wikipedia

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  • 141-27-5 — Citral Citrals Néral et Géranial Général Nom IUPAC …   Wikipédia en Français

  • 53-92-40-5 — Citral Citrals Néral et Géranial Général Nom IUPAC …   Wikipédia en Français

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