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Investigation of the products of the ozonolysis of neoabienols

, : Investigation of the products of the ozonolysis of neoabienols. Chemistry of Natural Compounds 27(1): 36-42

Neoabienols from oleoresin of Siberian fir were ozonized in order to investigate their possible use as starting materials for industrial compounds.

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Accession: 002416945

DOI: 10.1007/bf00629827

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