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  • Dipentene is used to describe any mixture of terpene hydrocarbons, usually p-menthadienes

  • While the term in the scientific literature generally refers to rasemic d,l-limonene, ()-1,8-p-menthadiene.

  • Dipentene is produced from the distillation of crude turpentine and as a by-product from pine oil and camphor processes.

  • The excellent solvency of dipentenes, along with its wetting and dispersing properties make it suitable for use in rubber

  • Processing and reclaiming, in paint and varnish applications, in cleaners, waxes and polishes and in oil drilling operations

  • Dipentene is a terpene liquid, a class of hydrocarbons produced by plants, that is colorless with a lemon-like odor.

  • It is most commonly used as a solvent in a variety of products.

  • It is a high production volume chemical with US annual production over 1,000,000 pounds.

  • It is only known as limonene.

  • The optically inactive form of limonene, the dipentene, has been found frequently in nature, though not as commonly as limonene.

  • It must also be born in mind that the dipentene identified may have been formed from pinene or limonene during the process of fractionating the oil.

  • Dipentene is a terpene liquid found in various volatile oils such as cardamon, mace, nutmeg , turpentine oil.

  • This term is also referred to the racemic mixture of limonene.

  • Dipentene is used as a solvent for resins, alkyds and waxes and to make paints, enamels, lacquers and polishes.

  • It is used as a perfumery composition for soaps, personal care products and cosmetics.

  • It is used as an intermediate for terpene resins, carvone, terylene, and rubber chemicals.

  • It is used as an oils dispersant, metal dryer.

  • It is used as a substitute for chlorinated solvents in degreasing metals for cleaning in the electronic industry and the printing industry.

  • Alpha-limonene has been used as a gallstone solubilizer in pharmaceutical industry.

  • Dipentene has been found in the following oils

  • In the oils from the turpentines of different species of pinus, in pine tar oils, in the needle oil from picea excelsa, in swedish turpentine oil, in siberian pine needle oil

  • The needle oil from callitris glauca, in the oils of palmarosa, lemongrass, citronella, gingergrass, cardamom, pepper, cubeb, nutmeg, boldo leaves, kuromoji, campher, cinnamon root, massoy-bark, apopin, bergamot, limette leaves, narrowly, wartara, buchu, frankincense, myrrh, myrtle, ajowan, coriander, cumin, and fennel,

  • Also in the oils of satureja thymbra, thymus capitatus, in american pennyroyal oil, in kessoroot oil and in goldenrod oil.
                                                                                                                                                                          
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