Siehl H.-U.,Universitaten Ulm |
Zeller K.-P.,Universitaten Ulm |
Berger S.,Universitaten Ulm |
Sicker D.,Institute For Organische Chemie
Chemie in Unserer Zeit | Year: 2014
Both enantiomeric forms of Linalool have been obtained by vacuum distillation from the oils of Rosewood or Coriander. Subsequently they have been purified by column chromatography. All analytical spectra were recorded and are reproduced either in the main part or in the supporting information. The NMR-and mass-spectra have been interpreted and compared with theoretical calculations of the 13C chemical shifts. The project is a follow up of the recent book quot;Classics in Spectroscopy" by S. Berger und D. Sicker (Wiley-VCH 2009).