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Turpentine Derived Scheme

Gum turpentine, wood turpentine, and sulphate turpentine are the three categories of turpentine, distinguished by their respective sources of raw materials. Sulphate turpentine is a byproduct of the pulp manufacturing process. This substance has a low level of alpha-pinene and a high concentration of 3-Carene. Gum turpentine is derived from pine resin through distillation. The isomers alpha-Pinene and beta-Pinene make up a large proportion of this substance, while Camphene, Dipentene, and Terpinolene are found in smaller quantities.

Extracted from pine trees, gum turpentine is an oil that ranges in color from colorless to pale yellow and contains a mixture of terpenes. Due to the existence of double bonds and rings, terpenes have the ability to undergo various reactions. The pinene structure in turpentine provides it with properties resembling those of other natural flavor and fragrance compounds. In contrast to petroleum-based compounds, this has a unique advantage.

The isomerization of turpentine results in intermediates like Camphene, an essential material in the synthetic scheme for a variety of fragrances. The substances known as Ocimene, Myrcene, and Geraniol, which are derived from the process of pyrolysis or hydrogenation, serve as the fundamental building blocks for a diverse range of flavor and fragrance formulations.

Pinonic acid and Pinic acid, both oxidation products of turpentine, possess versatile properties that make them suitable for a range of fine chemical uses, such as plasticizers, lubricants, and chemical additives. The execution of hydration reactions can be applied to formulate cough medicine and other related products.

To summarize, it can be concluded that turpentine, being an innate and renewable element, is exceedingly congruous with the contemporary inclination towards green, low-carbon, and sustainable advancement.

51 products are found on results.


CAS: 13466-78-9
SPECS: 95%

Delta 3-Carene is a bicyclic monoterpene which occurs naturally as a constituent of turpentine. It appears colorless liquid with strong woody odor. Delta 3-Carene is extracted from the pine tree oil a…


CAS: 586-62-9
SPECS: 95%

Terpinolene is one of the constituents of turpentine and an isomer of terpinene. It appears colourless to pale yellow liquid with pine-like odor. Terpinolene is the byproduct in the production of terp…


CAS: 586-62-9
SPECS: 90%

Terpinolene is one of the constituents of turpentine and an isomer of terpinene. It appears colourless to pale yellow liquid with pine-like odor. Terpinolene is the byproduct in the production of terp…


CAS: 99-86-5
SPECS: 95%

Alpha Terpinene is isolated from cardamom and marjoram oils, one of the group in isomeric hydrocarbons. Which is a flavoring and fragrance chemical used in the personal care and cosmetic and food indu…

Perilla Aldehyde

CAS: 2111-75-3
SPECS: 95%

Foreverest™ Perilla Aldehyde (Perillaldehyde) is a synthesis of beta-Pinene, appears colorless to pale yellow liquid. It has character with odors of purple perilla, cinnamic aldehyde and cumin aldehyd…


CAS: 515-00-4
SPECS: 95%

Natural Myrtenol is found in eucalyptus oil and myrtle oil. It appears colorless liquid with wood and green odor.Foreverest® Myrtenol is a synthetic of beta-Pinene. There are three methods to prepare …

Terpineol Electric

CAS: 8000-41-7
SPECS: Electric Grade

Terpineol Electric Grade is specially designed as a cleaning agent. It has ultra-low moisture content and special removing flux solder from the printed circuit board surface.


CAS: 98-55-5
SPECS: 95%

There are two sources, one is natural distilled from tree extract, another kinds of Alpha terpineol is isolated from essential oil. Alpha terpineol is widely used as a basic component in lilac, lime a…

Dipentene (Natural)

CAS: 138-86-3
SPECS: 138-86-3N

Dipentene (also called D-Limonene), is a terpene liquid found in various volatile oils such as cardamon, mace, nutmeg , turpentine oil. Dipentene is mainly composed of Limonene, beta-Phellandrene, Myr…