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Spectrometric identification of organic compounds
Presents a sequence of procedures for identifying an unknown organic liquid using mass, NMR, IR, and UV spectroscopy, along with specific examples of unknowns and their spectra,
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Pheromonal attraction and allomonal interruption ofIps pini in California by the two enantiomers of ipsdienol
Air containing volatile compounds from around maleIps pini boring in ponderosa pine logs from California was condensed, fractionated by GC, and assayed in the laboratory and field. The only fractionExpand
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Porapak-Q collection of airborne organic compounds serving as models for insect pheromones
Organic compounds with properties resembling those of insect pheromones can be removed from an airstream by absorption on Porapak Q and recovered from the absorbent by extraction. When this procedureExpand
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IPS pini: The basis for interpopulational differences in pheromone biology
Ips pini from Idaho (ID) produce (−)-ipsdienol and respond to it in the laboratory.I. pini from New York (NY) produce (+) and (−)-ipsdienol in a 65∶35 ratio and respond much more strongly to the (+)Expand
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Alarm pheromones of the ant atta texana.
Abstract 4-Methyl-3-heptanone (0·59 μg/head) and 2-heptanone (0·14 μg/head) are the main volatile components of the mandibular glands of major workers. In the laboratory, worker ants detected andExpand
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Brevicomin: Principal Sex Attractant in the Frass of the Female Western Pine Beetle
The principal component of the sex attractant produced by the female western pine beetle (Dendrotonus brevicomis) is exo-7-ethyl-5-methyl-6,8-dioxabicyclo[3.2.1]octane; the trivial name brevicomin isExpand
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Sex Stimulant and Attractant in the Indian Meal Moth and in the Almond Moth
cis-9, trans-12-Tetradecadien-1-yl acetate was isolated from the female Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella (H�bner), and the female almond moth, Cadra cautella (Walker). It is the major if notExpand
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Field responses of the western pine beetle1 and one of its predators to host- and beetle-produced compounds
The responses of the western pine beetle (Dendroctonus brev-icomis LeConte) andTemnochila chlorodia (Mannerheim) to candidate attractants—exo- andendo-brevicomm, frontalin,trans-verbenol, ver-benone,Expand
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