structure:
pubchem-id: 180
synonyms: Acetone
2-Propanone
AI3-01238
Aceton [German, Dutch, Polish]
Acetone (natural)
Acetone [UN1090] [Flammable liquid]
CCRIS 5953
Caswell No. 004
Chevron acetone
Dimethyl ketone
Dimethylformaldehyde
Dimethylketal
EINECS 200-662-2
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 004101
FEMA No. 3326
HSDB 41
Ketone propane
Ketone, dimethyl
LS-1566
Methyl ketone
NSC 135802
Propanone
Pyroacetic acid
Pyroacetic ether
RCRA waste no. U002
RCRA waste number U002
UN1090
beta-Ketopropane
2-propanone
propanone
Dimethyl ketone
Methyl ketone
Dimethylketal
Chevron acetone
Pyroacetic ether
Pyroacetic acid
Ketone propane
supply info: supplier: supply-code:
Sigma AldrichALDRICH-49,166-7
Sigma AldrichALDRICH-29,918-9
Sigma AldrichSIGMA-31,162-6
Sigma AldrichALDRICH-29,919-7
Sigma AldrichW332607
Sigma AldrichW332615
chem. class: Aliphatics
Ketones
species: Brassica napus ssp. oleifera
family: Brassicaceae
reference: Robertson, G. W., D. W. Griffiths, W. M. Smith & R. D. Butcher. 1993. The application of thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry to the analyses of flower volatiles from five varieties of oilseed rape (Brassica napus spp. oleifera). Phytochemical Analysis 4:152--157.
species: Vitis vinifera
family: Vitaceae
reference: Buchbauer, G., L. Jirovetz, M. Wasicky & A. Nikiforov. 1995. Aroma von Rotweinblüten: Korrelation sensorischer daten mit Headspace-Inhaltsstoffen. Z. Lebensm. Unters. Forsch. 200:443--446.
species: Malus sp.
family: Rosaceae
reference: Baraldi, R., F. Rapparini, F. Rossi, A. Latella & P. Ciccioli. 1999. Volatile organic compound emission from flowers of the most occurring and economically important species of fruit trees. Phys. Chem. Earth 24:729--732.
species: Prunus armeniaca
family: Rosaceae
reference: Baraldi, R., F. Rapparini, F. Rossi, A. Latella & P. Ciccioli. 1999. Volatile organic compound emission from flowers of the most occurring and economically important species of fruit trees. Phys. Chem. Earth 24:729--732.
species: Prunus domestica
family: Rosaceae
reference: Baraldi, R., F. Rapparini, F. Rossi, A. Latella & P. Ciccioli. 1999. Volatile organic compound emission from flowers of the most occurring and economically important species of fruit trees. Phys. Chem. Earth 24:729--732.
species: Sauromatum guttatum Schott
family: Araceae
reference: Hadacek, F. & M. Weber. 2002. Club-shaped organs as additional osmophores within the Sauromatum inflorescence: odour analysis, ultrastructural changes and pollination aspects. Plant Biol. 4:367--383.
species: Dendrobium superbum Rchb. f.
family: Orchidaceae
reference: Flath, R. A. & K. Ohinata. 1982. Volatile components of the orchid Dendrobium superbum Rchb. f. J. Agric. Food Chem. 30:841--842.
species: Cymbidium sp.
family: Orchidaceae
reference: Omata, A., S. Nakamura, K. Yomogida, K. Moriai, Y. Ichikawa & I. Watanabe. 1990. Volatile components of TO-YO-RAN flowers (Cymbidium faberi and Cymbidium virescens). Agric. Biol. Chem. 54:1029--1033.
species: Vitis vinifera
family: Vitaceae
reference: Buchbauer, G., L. Jirovetz, M. Wasicky& A. Nikiforov. 1994. Headspace analysis of Vitis vinifera (Vitaceae) flowers. J. Ess. Oil Res. 6:313--314.
species: Crataegus monogyna
family: Rosaceae
reference: Robertson, G. W., D. W. Griffiths, J. A. T. Woodford, A. N. E. Birch, J. A. Picket & L. J. Wadhams. 1993. A comparison of the flower volatiles from Hawthorn and four Raspberry cultivars. Phytochemistry 33:1047--1053.
species: Rubus idaeus
family: Rosaceae
reference: Robertson, G. W., D. W. Griffiths, J. A. T. Woodford, A. N. E. Birch, J. A. Picket & L. J. Wadhams. 1993. A comparison of the flower volatiles from Hawthorn and four Raspberry cultivars. Phytochemistry 33:1047--1053.
species: Sauromatum guttatum Schott
family: Araceae
reference: Skubatz, H., D. D. Kunkel, W. N. Howald, R. Trenkle & B. Mookherjee. 1996. The Sauromatum guttatum appendix as an osmophore: excretory pathways, composition of volatiles and attractiveness to insects. New Phytol. 134:631--640.
species: Rosa sp.
family: Rosaceae
reference: Flament, I., C. Debonneville& A. Furrer. 1993. Volatile constituents of roses. Characterization of cultivars based on the headspace analysis of living flower emissions. Pages 269--281in R. Teranishi, Buttery, R. G. & Sugisawa, H. (eds.), Bioactive volatile compounds from plants. American Che
species: Bacillus simplex ; Bacillus subtilis ; Bacillus weihenstephanensis ; Microbacterium oxydans ; Stenotrophomonas maltophilia ; Streptomyces lateritius ; Serratia marcescens
reference: Gu Y-Q, Mo M-H, Zhou JP, Zou C-S, Zhang K-Q (2007) Evaluation and identification of potential organic nematicidal volatiles from soil bacteria. Soil Biol Biochem 39:2567-2575.
species: Serratia spp. B675, B2675
reference: Bruce, A., Verrall, S.R., Hackett, C.A. and Wheatley, R.E. (2004). Identification of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from bacteria and yeast causing growth inhibition of sapstain fungi. Holzforschung58, 193-198.
species: Saccharomyces cerevisiae Y1001
reference: Bruce, A., Verrall, S.R., Hackett, C.A. and Wheatley, R.E. (2004). Identification of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from bacteria and yeast causing growth inhibition of sapstain fungi. Holzforschung58, 193-198.
species: Escherichia coli ; Shigella flexneri ; Candida tropicalis
reference: M. Bunge, N. Araghipour, T. Mikoviny, J. Dunkl, R. Schnitzhofer, A. Hansel, F. Schinner, A. Wisthaler, R. Margesin, and T. D. Mark On-Line Monitoring of Microbial Volatile Metabolites by Proton Transfer Reaction-Mass Spectrometry Appl. Envir. Microbiol., April 1, 2008; 74(7): 2179 - 2186.
species: Streptomyces albidoflavus AMI 246 ; Streptomyces spp. AMI 243 ; Streptomyces spp. AMI 240 ; Streptomyces rishiriensis AMI 224 ; Streptomyces albus subsp. pathocidicus IFO 13812 ; Streptomyces albus IFO 13014 ; Streptomyces antibioticus CBS 659.68 ; Streptomyces antibioticus ETH 22014 ; Streptomyces aureofaciens ETH 28832 ; Streptomyces coelicolor DSM 40233 ; Streptomyces diastatochromogenes IFO 13
reference: Schöller, CEG, Gürtler, H, Pedersen, R, Molin, S, Wilkins, K (2002) Volatile metabolites from actinomycetes. J Agric Food Chem 50: 2615-2621.
species: Trichoderma sp. ; Ceratocystis sp. ; Thielaviopsis basicola
reference: Stotzky G, Schenk S (1976) Volatile organic compounds and microorganisms. CRC Crit Rev Microbiol 4:333-382.
molecular weight: 58.08