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The farnesols and nerolidols are sesquiterpene analogs of geraniol-nerol and linalool. These compounds are formed by extending one of the methyl groups in the 7-position of the corresponding monoterpene with an isoprene unit. Because these compounds have an extra double bond, they also have an additional possibility for cis-trans isomerism. Thus, there are four stereoisomers of farnesol and two of nerolidol. 4777, occurs in nearly all terpene-containing essential oils, frequently as an ester. Palmarosa oil contains 70 – 85 % geraniol; geranium oils and rose oils also contain large quantities.
Derivatives of these aldehydes, particularly the lower acetals, are also Acyclic Terpenes 39 used as fragrance materials. Acyclic sesquiterpene aldehydes are not very important as such, but they contribute to the characteristic fragrance and aroma of essential oils, for example, in the case of a- and b-sinensal in sweet orange oil. 4869. 8869, n20 D Natural citral is nearly always a mixture of the two isomers. It occurs in lemongrass oil (up to 85 %), in Litsea cubeba oil (up to 75 %), and in small amounts in many other essential oils.
Although of high odor quality, this grade does not possess the true ( – )-citronellol odor due to impurities. Much larger quantities of (+)- and (Æ) citronellol are used and are prepared by partial or total synthesis. 1. Synthesis from Citronellal. g. . The citronellal which is used as starting material may originate from synthetic production or from isolation of essential oils. Citronellal from citronella oil yields (+)-citronellol; the corresponding material from citronellal from Eucalyptus citriodora oil is racemic.