sabinene

noun sab·i·nene \ˈsabəˌnēn\

Definition of sabinene

plural

-s

  1. :  a liquid bicyclic unsaturated terpene hydrocarbon C10H16 found especially in savin oil that is the isomer of thujene containing a double bond outside of the rings; 4(10)-thujene

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Origin and Etymology of sabinene

International Scientific Vocabulary sabin- (from New Latin sabina) + -ene


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