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Entry
C09621                      Compound                               

Name
(-)-alpha-Bisabolol;
Levomenol
Formula
C15H26O
Exact mass
222.1984
Mol weight
222.3663
Structure
Mol fileKCF fileDB searchJmolKegDraw
Pathway
Biosynthesis of terpenoids and steroids
Metabolic pathways
Brite
Lipids [BR:br08002]
 PR  Prenol Lipids
  PR01 Isoprenoids
   PR0103 C15 isoprenoids (sesquiterpenes)
    PR010306 Bisabolane sesquiterpenoids
     C09621  (-)-alpha-Bisabolol
Phytochemical compounds [BR:br08003]
 Terpenoids
  Sesquiterpenoids (C15)
   Bisabolanes
    C09621  (-)-alpha-Bisabolol
Major components of natural products [BR:br08323]
 Medicinal herbs
  German chamomile
   C09621  (-)-alpha-Bisabolol
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Other DBs
CAS: 
23089-26-1
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KCF data Show

ATOM        16
            1   C1y C    28.5226  -17.7565
            2   C1d C    27.3112  -17.0518
            3   C1x C    29.7397  -17.0518
            4   C1x C    28.5226  -19.1542
            5   C1b C    26.1117  -17.7506
            6   C1a C    28.0100  -15.4147
            7   O1a O    26.6067  -15.3447
            8   C1x C    30.9509  -17.7565
            9   C2x C    29.7397  -19.8528
            10  C1b C    24.9003  -17.0461
            11  C2y C    30.9509  -19.1542
            12  C2b C    23.6891  -17.7390
            13  C1a C    32.1622  -19.8528
            14  C2c C    22.4780  -17.0401
            15  C1a C    21.2666  -17.7332
            16  C1a C    22.4837  -15.6368
BOND        16
            1     1   2 1
            2     1   3 1
            3     1   4 1
            4     2   5 1
            5     2   6 1 #Up
            6     2   7 1 #Down
            7     3   8 1
            8     4   9 1
            9     5  10 1
            10    8  11 1
            11   10  12 1
            12   11  13 1
            13   12  14 2
            14   14  15 1
            15   14  16 1
            16    9  11 2

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