Linalool



[li-nal-oh-awl, -ol, lin-uh-lool] /lɪˈnæl oʊˌɔl, -ˌɒl, ˌlɪn əˈlul/

noun, Chemistry.
1.
a colorless, unsaturated terpene liquid alcohol, C 10 H 18 O, having a fragrance similar to that of bergamot oil, obtained from several essential oils: used in perfumery.
/lɪˈnæləʊˌɒl; ˈlɪnəˌluːl/
noun
1.
an optically active colourless fragrant liquid found in many essential oils and used in perfumery. Formula: C10H18O

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