cadinene

noun cad·i·nene \ˈkadənˌēn\

Definition of cadinene

plural

-s

  1. :  an oily hydrocarbon C15H24 of the sesquiterpene class found as the chief constituent in cade oil and in many essential oils

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Origin and Etymology of cadinene

International Scientific Vocabulary cadin- (from New Latin cadinus of cade, from French cade + Latin -inus -ine) + -ene


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