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Molecules 1997, 2(11), 158-164; doi:10.3390/21100158
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Some Terpenes and Related Derivatives Synthesized in Cold Plasma Systems

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Received: 25 August 1997; Accepted: 24 October 1997 / Published: 15 November 1997
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Abstract: The synthesis of bicyclo-[2.2.1]-heptane and bicyclo-[7.2.0]-undec-4-ene derivatives under cold plasma conditions are reported. The reaction systems involve gaseous mixtures at an interface with ice surfaces. The reactions are sensitive to the feed mixture and the ice trapped compounds.
Keywords: Cold plasma synthesis; terpenes; chemical evolution Cold plasma synthesis; terpenes; chemical evolution
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Manolache, S.; Romanescu, C.; Cobileac, G.; Simionescu, C.I. Some Terpenes and Related Derivatives Synthesized in Cold Plasma Systems. Molecules 1997, 2, 158-164.

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Manolache S, Romanescu C, Cobileac G, Simionescu CI. Some Terpenes and Related Derivatives Synthesized in Cold Plasma Systems. Molecules. 1997; 2(11):158-164.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Manolache, Sorin; Romanescu, Constantin; Cobileac, Gheorghe; Simionescu, Cristofor I. 1997. "Some Terpenes and Related Derivatives Synthesized in Cold Plasma Systems." Molecules 2, no. 11: 158-164.


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