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Species: Escherichia coli DH5a

3-hydroxybutan-2-one

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
acetylmethylcarbinol
Dimethylketol
Acethoin
acetoine
ROWKJAVDOGWPAT-UHFFFAOYSA-N
acetoin
NATURAL ACETOIN
Acetyl methyl carbinol
acetylmethyl-
beta-oxobutane
Methanol, acetylmethyl
3-Hydroxybutanone
b-oxobutane
Acetoin, analytical standard
DL-Acetoin
gamma-Hydroxy-beta-oxobutane
1-Hydroxyethyl methyl ketone
Methanol, acetylmethyl-
1-Hydroxethyl methyl ketone
2-Acetoin
Acetyl Methyl Carbinol, Natural
AC1L18NL
AC1Q1JA8
Acetoin (natural)
KSC490C7N
2,3-Butanolone
3-Hydroxy-2-butanone; Acetylmethylcarbinol
NSC7609
UN2621
2-hydroxy-3-oxobutane
3-hydroxy-2-oxobutane
3-hydroxyl-2-butanone
Acetoin, May exist as crystalline dimer
CTK3J0176
HMDB03243
HSDB 974
2-Hydroxy-3-butanone
3-hydroxy-2-butanone
3-hydroxy-2-butanone, hydroxybutanone
3-hydroxybutan-2-one
LS-164
NSC89727
RP18489
C00466
CCRIS 2918
LTBB004792
2-Butanol-3-one
3-Oxo-2-butanol
AK128843
CHEMBL3561873
DTXSID0024399
NSC 7609
NSC-7609
OR035239
OR108639
OR315616
UN 2621
Acetoin, >=96%, natural
CHEBI:15688
DSSTox_CID_4399
2-butanone, 3-hydroxy
3-hydroxy-butan-2-one
AB1002764
AN-45468
ANW-31250
DSSTox_GSID_24399
KB-32104
NSC-89727
SC-18553
DSSTox_RID_77389
LMFA12000020
MFCD00004521
MFCD00038696
AI3-03314
Butan-2-ol-3-one
DB-003392
RTR-018308
ST24042214
TR-018308
.gamma.-Hydroxy-.beta.-oxobutane
AKOS000121293
AKOS017278202
I09-0138
Q-200581
2-Butanone, 3-hydroxy-
BRN 0385636
FEMA No. 2008
FT-0621797
FT-0695713
Acetoin, natural, >=95%, FG
Tox21_302518
513-86-0
F0001-1338
PROPOXY, 1-METHYL-2-OXO-
(+/-)-Acetoin
Acetoin, >=96%, FCC, FG
Butan-2-one, 3-hydroxy-
MCULE-5374414264
NCGC00256914-01
CAS-513-86-0
EINECS 208-174-1
51555-24-9
52217-02-4
Acetyl methyl carbinol [UN2621] [Flammable liquid]
MolPort-001-785-644
Acetyl methyl carbinol [UN2621] [Flammable liquid]
(+/-)-3-Hydroxybutan-2-one
2-Butanone, 3-hydroxy- (8CI,9CI)
2-Butanone, 3-hydroxy-, (R)-
2-01-00-00870 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
2-Butanone, 3-hydroxy-, (.+/-.)-
IUPAC name3-hydroxybutan-2-one
SMILESCC(C(=O)C)O
InchiInChI=1S/C4H8O2/c1-3(5)4(2)6/h3,5H,1-2H3
FormulaC4H8O2
PubChem ID179
Molweight88.106
LogP-0.14
Atoms14
Bonds13
H-bond Acceptor2
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationKetones Alcohols Alcohol Ketone

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for acetoin is estimated as 1.0X0-5 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) using a fragment constant estimation method(1). This Henry's Law constant indicates that acetoin is expected to volatilize from water surfaces(2). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 2 days(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 28 days(SRC). Acetoin's Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). Acetoin is expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon an estimated vapor pressure of 2.7 mm Hg(SRC), determined from a fragment constant method(3).
Literature: (1) Meylan WM, Howard PH; Environ Toxicol Chem 10: 1283-93 (1991) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (3) Lyman WJ; p. 31 in Environmental Exposure From Chemicals Vol I, Neely WB, Blau GE, eds, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (1985)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of acetoin is estimated as 2(SRC), using a water solubility of 1.0X10+6 mg/L(1) and a regression-derived equation(2). According to a classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that aetoin is expected to have very high mobility in soil.
Literature: (1) Yalkowsky SH, Dannenfelser RM; The AQUASOL DATABASE of Aqueous Solubility. Ver 5. Tucson, AZ: Univ AZ, College of Pharmacy (1992) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 4-5 (1990) (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
2.7X10+0 at 25 deg C /Estimated/US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver.3.11. June 10, 2003. Available from, as of Mar 15, 2005: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaCollimonas Fungivorans Ter331n/aGarbeva et al., 2013
BacteriaCollimonas Pratensis Ter91n/aGarbeva et al., 2013
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937atriggers induced systemic resistance (ISR) in ArabidopsisnaRyu et al., 2004
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis 168triggers induced systemic resistance (ISR) in ArabidopsisnaRyu et al., 2004
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03triggers induced systemic resistance (ISR) in ArabidopsisnaRyu et al., 2004
BacteriaEscherichia Coli O157:H8China Center of Industrial culture Collection, China General Microbiological Culture Collection CenterChen et Al. 2017
BacteriaLactobacillus Rhamnosus LSL 216nanaPogačić et al., 2016
BacteriaListeria Monocytogenes ATCC 19111China Center of Industrial culture Collection, China General Microbiological Culture Collection CenterChen et Al. 2016
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa Sb3-1collection TU GrazRybakova et al. 2017
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B2675n/aBruce et al., 2004
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B675n/aBruce et al., 2004
BacteriaShigella Flexneri CGCMCC 1.1868China Center of Industrial culture Collection, China General Microbiological Culture Collection CenterChen et Al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureusn/aPreti et. al., 2009
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureus ATCC 6538China Center of Industrial culture Collection, China General Microbiological Culture Collection CenterChen et Al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus EpidermidisDSMZVerhulst et al. 2010
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciurinafrom the gut flora of pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum honeydewLeroy et al., 2011
FungiLaccaria Bicolorn/aMueller et al., 2013
FungiPaxillus Involutus MAJn/aMueller et al., 2013
FungiPaxillus Involutus NAUn/aMueller et al., 2013
FungiPleurotus Eryngii Var. TuoliensisnanaUsami et al., 2014
FungiStropharia Rugosoannulatan/aMueller et al., 2013
FungiTrichoderma Viriden/aMueller et al., 2013
FungiTuber BorchiinanaSplivallo and Ebeler 2015
FungiTuber IndicumT. melanosporum, T. borchii were collected from northern Italy (Piedmont) and T. indicum from Yunnan and Sichuan Provinces (China). Splivallo et al., 2007b
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
BacteriaBacillus Cereus B-569n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Graminis LMG 18924n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Tropica LMG 22274n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaChromobacterium Violaceum CV0n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaEnterobacter AgglomeransRobacker and Lauzon 2002
BacteriaLimnobacter Thiooxidans LMG 19593n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaPandoraea Norimbergensis LMG 18379n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Entomophilia A1MO2n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Marcescens MG1n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica HRO-C48n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica IC14n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5an/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69n/aBlom et al., 2011
FungiCandida Shehataecacti, fruits, insects, natural habitatsNout and Bartelt 1998
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aInduce growth promotion (leaf surface area), systemic resistance (ISR) and regulate auxin homeostasis in Arabidopsis thaliana.Ryu et al., 2003
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens UCMB5113nanaAsari et al., 2016
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Spp.It is an attractant to Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03Induce growth promotion (leaf surface area), systemic resistance (ISR) and regulate auxin homeostasis in Arabidopsis thaliana.Ryu et al., 2003
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
BacteriaCoagulase-negative Staphylococcin/aHettinga et al., 2008
BacteriaEnterobacter Spp.It is an attractant to Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.It is an attractant to Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaSerratia Sp.It is an attractant to Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureusn/aHettinga et al., 2008
BacteriaStaphylococcus Epidermidis DSM 3269clinical isolate,catheterLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Haemolyticus CCM 2729clinical isolate,human skinLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Saccharolyticus B5709clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi DSMZ 4807clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi H34clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sp.It is an attractant to Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaStaphylococcus Warneri CCM 2730clinical isolate,human skinLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStreptococcus Dysgalactiaemilk of cowsHettinga et al 2010
BacteriaStreptococcus Uberisn/aHettinga et al., 2008
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.It is an attractant to Anastrepha ludens (Diptera).Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
Fungi Dickschat et al. 2011
FungiBoletus Variegatusn/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaegrape vineBecher et al. 2012
FungiTrichoderma Viriden/aHung et al., 2013
FungiVerticillium Longisporumcollection TU GrazRybakova et al. 2017
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaCollimonas Fungivorans Ter331sand supplemented with artificial root exudatesHeadspace trapping/GC-MS
BacteriaCollimonas Pratensis Ter91sand supplemented with artificial root exudatesHeadspace trapping/GC-MS
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aMurashige and Skoog mediumcapillary GC;GC/MSYes
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis 168Murashige and Skoog mediumcapillary GC;GC/MSYes
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03Murashige and Skoog mediumcapillary GC;GC/MSYes
BacteriaEscherichia Coli O157:H8Trypticase Soy Broth (TSB)HS-SPME/'GC-MSno
BacteriaLactobacillus Rhamnosus LSL 216curd-based broth mediumGC/MSYes
BacteriaListeria Monocytogenes ATCC 19111Trypticase Soy Broth (TSB)HS-SPME/'GC-MSno
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa Sb3-1GC-MS / SPMEno
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B2675n/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B675n/an/a
BacteriaShigella Flexneri CGCMCC 1.1868Trypticase Soy Broth (TSB)HS-SPME/'GC-MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus AureusBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureus ATCC 6538Trypticase Soy Broth (TSB)HS-SPME/'GC-MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus EpidermidisCLSA, charcoal, GC-MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri867 liquid mediumSPME-GC/MS
FungiLaccaria BicolorMelin-Nor krans synthetic medium (modified)Headspace trapping ( using stir bar sorptive extraction )/ GC-MS
FungiPaxillus Involutus MAJMelin-Nor krans synthetic medium (modified)Headspace trapping ( using stir bar sorptive extraction )/ GC-MS
FungiPaxillus Involutus NAUMelin-Nor krans synthetic medium (modified)Headspace trapping ( using stir bar sorptive extraction )/ GC-MS
FungiPleurotus Eryngii Var. TuoliensisnaGC/MS, GC-O, AEDANo
FungiStropharia RugosoannulataMelin-Nor krans synthetic medium (modified)Headspace trapping ( using stir bar sorptive extraction )/ GC-MS
FungiTrichoderma VirideMelin-Nor krans synthetic medium (modified)Headspace trapping ( using stir bar sorptive extraction )/ GC-MS
FungiTuber BorchiinaSPME-GC/MS/O); GC-RYes
FungiTuber IndicumYes
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aHeadspace solid-phase microextraction (HS-SPME) combined with GC-MS
BacteriaBacillus Cereus B-569MR-VP and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Graminis LMG 18924MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Tropica LMG 22274MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaChromobacterium Violaceum CV0MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaEnterobacter Agglomeransno
BacteriaLimnobacter Thiooxidans LMG 19593 MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaPandoraea Norimbergensis LMG 18379MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphis MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Entomophilia A1MO2 MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Marcescens MG1LB, MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica HRO-C48MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica IC14MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5aLB, MR-VP and MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69 MR-VP and LBHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
FungiCandida Shehataeyeast malt agarSPME, GC-MSyes
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937an/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens UCMB5113M9AGC/MSNo
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03n/an/a
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaCoagulase-negative StaphylococciMilkHS-SPME/GC-MS
BacteriaEnterobacter Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/an/a
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaStaphylococcus AureusMilkHS-SPME/GC-MS
BacteriaStaphylococcus Epidermidis DSM 3269brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Haemolyticus CCM 2729brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Saccharolyticus B5709brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi DSMZ 4807brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi H34brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaStaphylococcus Warneri CCM 2730brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStreptococcus DysgalactiaeGCMS DSQno
BacteriaStreptococcus UberisMilkHS-SPME/GC-MS
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/an/a
Fungi no
FungiBoletus Variegatusn/an/a
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaesynthetic minimal mediumGC-MS, EIyes
FungiTrichoderma VirideMalt extract agar Headspace volatiles collected with colomn/TD-GC-MS
FungiVerticillium Longisporumpotato dextrose agar (PDA), Czapek Dox liquid cultureGC-MS / SPMEno


Butane-2,3-diol

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Dimethylethylene glycol
Pseudobutylene glycol
Sym-dimethylethylene glycol
OWBTYPJTUOEWEK-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Dimethylene glycol
AC1Q2BQD
AC1L18UG
2,3-Dihydroxybutane
ACMC-1BUD7
KSC270E6J
ACMC-209euy
2,3-butanodiol
2,3-butanediol
7110AF
HMDB03156
2,3-Butandiol
B0681
CTK1H0264
ACMC-209gb6
2,3-butylene glycol
2,3-dihydroxy butane
2,3-dihydroxy-butane
RL03891
DL-2,3-Butanediol
A18844
CCRIS 5501
HSDB 1505
D-2,3-BUTANEDIOL
CHEMBL2312529
Butane-2,3-diol
OR035318
OR332866
OR094911
DL-2,3-BUTANDIOL
DTXSID8041321
2,3- butanediol
NSC249246
2,3-butane diol
Butan-2,3-diol
CHEBI:62064
SC-81338
LS-45795
levo-butane-2,3-diol
KB-67232
SC-08971
SC-08972
DSSTox_GSID_41321
ANW-41590
AN-23501
MFCD00004523
DSSTox_CID_21321
DSSTox_RID_79687
2D-PHARMALYTE (9CI)
TR-032024
NSC-249246
D-2,3-Butane diol
RTR-032024
DB-027533
AKOS009031391
FT-0696715
BRN 0969165
I14-19052
Z966690926
2,3-Butanediol (DL)
PROPOXY, 2-HYDROXY-1-METHYL-
Tox21_300789
2,3-Butanediol, 98%
2,3-BUTANEDIOL, 96%
513-85-9
NCGC00248169-01
NCGC00254693-01
CAS-513-85-9
EINECS 208-173-6
2,3-Butanediol, analytical standard, mixture of racemic and meso forms
35007-63-7
98923-25-2
123513-85-9
MolPort-003-927-421
2,3-Butanediol, Vetec(TM) reagent grade, 98%
4-01-00-02524 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
2,3-Butanediol, [R-(R*,R*)]-
2,3-Butanediol, purum, mixture of racemic and meso forms, >=98.0% (GC)
2,3-Butanediol, puriss., mixture of racemic and meso forms, >=99.0% (GC)
2,3-Butanediol, (R*,R*)-(.+/-.)-
InChI=1/C4H10O2/c1-3(5)4(2)6/h3-6H,1-2H
IUPAC namebutane-2,3-diol
SMILESCC(C(C)O)O
InchiInChI=1S/C4H10O2/c1-3(5)4(2)6/h3-6H,1-2H3
FormulaC4H10O2
PubChem ID262
Molweight90.122
LogP-0.38
Atoms16
Bonds15
H-bond Acceptor2
H-bond Donor2
Chemical ClassificationAlcohols

mVOC Specific Details

Boiling Point
DegreeReference
182 deg C at 1 atmRiddick, J.A., W.B. Bunger, Sakano T.K. Techniques of Chemistry 4th ed., Volume II. Organic Solvents. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons., 1985., p. 270
Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for 2,3-butanediol is estimated as 2.9X10-8 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) derived from its vapor pressure, 0.24 mm Hg(1), and an assigned value for water solubility of 1.0X10+6 mg/L (miscible)(2). This Henry's Law constant indicates that 2,3-butanediol is expected to be essentially nonvolatile from water surfaces(3). 2,3-Butanediol is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon its vapor pressure of 0.24 mm Hg(1).
Literature: (1) NIST; Chemistry WebBook. National Institute of Standards and Technology Standard Reference Database Number 69 - March 2003 Release, Available from the query page at http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry as of Mar 3, 2005. (2) Riddick JA et al; Techniques of Chemistry. 4th ed. Vol II. Organic Solvents. NY, NY: John Wiley and Sons p. 270 (1985) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of 2,3-butanediol is estimated as 7.5(SRC), using a log Kow of -0.92(1) and a regression-derived equation(2). According to a classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that 2,3-butanediol is expected to have very high mobility in soil.
Literature: (1) Hansch C et al; Exploring QSAR. Hydrophobic, Electronic, and Steric Constants. ACS Prof Ref Book. Heller SR, consult. ed., Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc p. 10 (1995) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 4-9 (1990) (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.243 mm Hg at 25 deg CNIST; Chemistry WebBook. National Institute of Standards and Technology Standard Reference Database Number 69 - March 2003 Release, Available from the query page at http://webbook.nist.gov/chemistry
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aInduce growth promotion (leaf surface area), systemic resistance (ISR) and regulate auxin homeostasis in Arabidopsis thaliana.Ryu et al., 2003
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03Induce growth promotion (leaf surface area), systemic resistance (ISR) and regulate auxin homeostasis in Arabidopsis thaliana.Ryu et al., 2003
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937an/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis 168triggers induced systemic resistance (ISR) in ArabidopsisnaRyu et al., 2004
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaBurkholderia Thailandensis LMG 20219n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaChromobacterium Violaceum CV0n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5an/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaStaphylococcus Saccharolyticus B5709clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Warneri CCM 2730clinical isolate,human skinLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69n/aBlom et al., 2011
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaegrape vineBecher et al. 2012
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aFortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber Borchiin/aSplivallo et al., 2007
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aSplivallo et al., 2007
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/aFortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
Fungi TuberSplivllo et al. 2007
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937an/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03n/an/a
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aTryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis 168Murashige and Skoog mediumcapillary GC;GC/MSYes
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaBurkholderia Thailandensis LMG 20219AngleHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaChromobacterium Violaceum CV0MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5aMR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaStaphylococcus Saccharolyticus B5709brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Warneri CCM 2730brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaesynthetic minimal mediumGC-MS, EIyes
FungiTuber Aestivumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Borchiin/an/a
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/an/a
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
Fungi Tuberno
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/an/a


Octanoic Acid

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Caprylsaeure
heptanecarboxylic acid
Kaprylsaeure
capryloate
Octansaeure
Zirconium octanoate
Acidum octanocium
acidum octanoicum
Kyselina kaprylova
octylate
WWZKQHOCKIZLMA-UHFFFAOYSA-N
1-heptanecarboxylate
Acide octanoique
Acido octanoico
n-heptanecarboxylic acid
caprylic acid
octanoic acid
Enantic acid
n-caprylate
n-octanoate
OCA
octoic acid
Octylic acid
1-heptanecarboxylic acid
7-carboxyheptyl
n-octoate
n-octylate
Octic acid
0ctanoic acid
AC1Q2VVU
Caprylic/Capric Acid Blend
Octanoic acid, analytical standard
ACMC-1BTHQ
n-caprylic acid
n-octanoic acid
n-octylic acid
n-Octoic acid
1-octanoic acid
Acid C8
Heptane-1-carboxylic acid
Kyselina kaprylova [Czech]
SCHEMBL3933
AC1L193V
Acide octanoique [French]
Acido octanoico [Spanish]
Acidum octanocium [Latin]
GTPL4585
KSC174S6D
M789
C8H16O2
Caprylic acid (natural)
Hexacid 898
neo-fat 8
Neo-Fat 8S
NSC5024
C-8 acid
C8:0
Caprylic Acid 657
CTK0H4961
Emery 657
HMDB00482
HSDB 821
Kortacid 0899
O0027
OBL58JN025
OCTANOIC ACID (CAPRYLIC ACID)
Octanoic acid (mixed isomers)
Octanoic acid (USAN)
QSPL 011
QSPL 184
WLN: QV7
Caprylic acid (NF)
CHEMBL324846
DB04519
LS-691
NE10316
Octanoic acid, >=98%
Octanoic acid, >=99%
Prifac 2901
bmse000502
C06423
Caprylic acid, European Pharmacopoeia (EP) Reference Standard
CCRIS 4689
D05220
HMS2270A23
UNII-OBL58JN025
AN-1411
DTXSID3021645
LP078155
LP097945
NSC 5024
NSC-5024
Octanoic acid (USAN/INN)
Octanoic acid [USAN:INN]
SBB060020
STL282742
UNII-DI775RT244 component WWZKQHOCKIZLMA-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Caprylic acid, United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Reference Standard
CHEBI:28837
DSSTox_CID_1645
Lunac 8-95
Lunac 8-98
Octanoic acid, certified reference material, TraceCERT(R)
ZINC1530416
ANW-18188
DSSTox_GSID_21645
DSSTox_RID_76259
Fatty acids, C6-1O
LMFA01010008
MFCD00004429
AI3-04162
NCIOpen2_002902
NCIOpen2_009358
Octanoic acid, >=96.0%
RTR-003747
ST51046283
TR-003747
AKOS000118802
I04-1204
J-005040
Octanoic acid, >=98%, FG
BRN 1747180
Fatty acids, C6-10
FEMA No. 2799
FT-0660765
MLS002415762
SMR001252279
C8:0 (Lipid numbers)
CH3-[CH2]6-COOH
Z955123584
Tox21_111045
Tox21_201279
Tox21_300345
124-07-2
Octanoic acid, natural, >=98%, FG
Octanoic acid, zirconium salt (1:?)
Caprylic Acid (Octanoic Acid), pharmaceutical secondary standard; traceable to USP and PhEur
MCULE-5193957469
NCGC00090957-01
NCGC00090957-02
NCGC00090957-03
NCGC00090957-04
NCGC00254446-01
NCGC00258831-01
Octanoic acid, for synthesis, 99.5%
CAS-124-07-2
EINECS 204-677-5
EINECS 242-197-8
EINECS 273-085-7
68937-74-6
597-EP2269988A2
597-EP2270008A1
597-EP2275413A1
597-EP2287156A1
597-EP2292617A1
597-EP2298780A1
597-EP2301940A1
597-EP2305689A1
597-EP2311807A1
597-EP2311824A1
597-EP2374787A1
SR-01000865607
MolPort-001-792-057
124-07-2 (Parent)
1984-06-1 (hydrochloride salt)
6535-19-9 (unspecified manganese salt)
764-71-6 (potassium salt)
146488-EP2280007A1
146488-EP2292597A1
SR-01000865607-2
18312-04-4 (unspecified zirconium salt)
557-09-5 (zinc salt)
5972-76-9 (ammonium salt)
6028-57-5 (aluminum salt)
20195-23-7 (unspecified chromium salt)
2191-10-8 (cadmium salt)
4696-54-2 (barium salt)
6107-56-8 (calcium salt)
6535-20-2 (unspecified iron salt)
6700-85-2 (cobalt salt)
20543-04-8 (unspecified copper salt)
7435-02-1 (unspecified Ce salt)
15696-43-2 (unspecified lead salt)
16577-52-9 (lithium salt)
4-02-00-00982 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
5206-47-3 (zirconium(+4) salt)
6427-90-3 (chromium(+2) salt)
3890-89-9 (copper(+2) salt)
4995-91-9 (nickel(+2) salt)
3130-28-7 (iron(+3) salt)
7319-86-0 (lead(+2) salt)
1912-83-0 (tin(+2) salt)
60903-69-7 (La(+3) salt)
67816-08-4 (Ir(+3) salt)
68957-64-2 (Ru(+3) salt)
43FDA9D7-2300-41E7-A373-A34F25B81553
IUPAC nameoctanoic acid
SMILESCCCCCCCC(=O)O
InchiInChI=1S/C8H16O2/c1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8(9)10/h2-7H2,1H3,(H,9,10)
FormulaC8H16O2
PubChem ID379
Molweight144.214
LogP2.7
Atoms26
Bonds25
H-bond Acceptor2
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationAcids carboxylic acids

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
A pKa of 4.89(1) indicates octanoic acid will exist almost entirely in the anion form at pH values of 5 to 9 and therefore volatilization from water surfaces and moist soil is not expected to be an important fate process(2). Octanoic acid is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon a vapor pressure of 3.71X10-3 mm Hg(3).
Literature: (1) Dean JA; Handbook of Organic Chemistry, NY, NY: McGraw-Hill, Inc p. 8-45 (1987) (2) Doucette WJ; pp. 141-188 in Handbook of Property Estimation Methods for Chemicals. Boethling RS, Mackay D, eds. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publ (2000) (3) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and thermodynamic properties of pure chemicals: data compilation. Design Inst Phys Prop Data, Amer Inst Chem Eng., Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis, Vol 4 (1995)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of undissociated octanoic acid is estimated as 1,100 for the free acid(SRC), using a log Kow of 3.05(1) and a regression-derived equation(2). According to a classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that undissociated octanoic acid is expected to have low mobility in soil. The pKa of octanoic acid is 4.89(4), indicating that this compound will exist almost entirely in the anion form in the environment and anions generally do not adsorb more strongly to soils containing organic carbon and clay than their neutral counterparts(5).
Literature: (1) Hansch C et al; Exploring QSAR. Hydrophobic, Electronic, and Steric Constants. ACS Prof Ref Book. Heller SR, consult. ed., Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc p. 49 (1995) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 4-9 (1990) (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983) (4) Dean JA; Handbook of Organic Chemistry, NY, NY: McGraw-Hill, Inc p. 8-45 (1987) (5) Doucette WJ; pp. 141-188 in Handbook of Property Estimation Methods for Chemicals. Boethling RS, Mackay D, eds. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publ (2000)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
3.71X10-3 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
FungiGanoderma Lucidumnasaprophytic on deciduous treesZiegenbein et al., 2006
FungiSpongiporus Leucomallellusnasaprophytic mostly on wet, old pinesZiegenbein et al., 2006
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
FungiGanoderma LucidumnaGC/MSNo
FungiSpongiporus LeucomallellusnaGC/MSNo
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/an/a
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/an/a


1H-indole

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Benzopyrrole
benzazole
SIKJAQJRHWYJAI-UHFFFAOYSA-N
indole
indolyl
Ketole
Indol
IND
Indole, analytical standard
1-Azaindene
1-Benzazole
Benzo[b]pyrrole
1H-Indole
SCHEMBL698
AC1L1A1Q
AC1Q4W0V
185l
2,3-Benzopyrrole
I908
Indole (natural)
KSC175K9T
1-H-indole
1H-Benzo[b]pyrrole
2,3-Benzopyrole
CHEMBL15844
Indol [German]
INDOLE BENZO-PYRROLE
Indole, 7
NSC1964
1-Benzo(b)pyrrole
CTK0H5599
HMDB00738
HSDB 599
I0021
Indole (white flake)
Indole, >=99%
BIDD:GT0304
DB04532
Indole, 98%
RP19282
SCHEMBL940818
STR01201
8724FJW4M5
bmse000097
C00463
CCRIS 4421
DSSTox_CID_737
Indole (8CI)
2,3-Benzopyrrole, ketole
AK105886
BBL011739
CG-0501
DTXSID0020737
HE009164
HE115567
HE299716
HE301357
LS-2832
NSC 1964
NSC-1964
SBB055980
SCHEMBL1921769
SCHEMBL9559244
STL163380
1H-indol-1-yl
ACMC-209a84
CHEBI:16881
I-0800
I-0810
UNII-8724FJW4M5
W-1785
AB1009465
AJ-64954
AN-22831
ANW-17522
BP-10563
Caswell No. 498B
CJ-14563
DSSTox_GSID_20737
KB-12260
LS-82069
SC-19025
ST2408915
TRA0047977
WLN: T56 BMJ
BB_NC-2223
BDBM50094702
DSSTox_RID_75761
MFCD00005607
ZINC14516984
AI3-01540
CS-W001132
Indole, >=99%, FG
RTR-003417
ST51046571
TR-003417
1H-Indole (9CI)
AKOS000119629
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 025000
I14-3233
Z57833933
FEMA No. 2593
FT-0627211
FT-0627227
Tox21_112536
Tox21_201677
Tox21_302937
120-72-9
F2190-0647
Indole, 99% 50g
1H-Benzo[b]pyrrole; 2,3-Benzopyrrole
MCULE-9442796928
NCGC00167539-01
NCGC00167539-02
NCGC00167539-03
NCGC00256348-01
NCGC00259226-01
CAS-120-72-9
EINECS 204-420-7
SR-01000944736
Tox21_112536_1
5189-EP2269978A2
5189-EP2269985A2
5189-EP2269991A2
5189-EP2270006A1
5189-EP2270010A1
5189-EP2270011A1
5189-EP2270505A1
5189-EP2272491A1
5189-EP2272509A1
5189-EP2272517A1
5189-EP2272813A2
5189-EP2272832A1
5189-EP2272972A1
5189-EP2272973A1
5189-EP2275105A1
5189-EP2275395A2
5189-EP2275401A1
5189-EP2275412A1
5189-EP2275420A1
5189-EP2277858A1
5189-EP2277862A2
5189-EP2277872A1
5189-EP2277874A1
5189-EP2279183A1
5189-EP2279184A1
5189-EP2280000A1
5189-EP2280008A2
5189-EP2280012A2
5189-EP2281563A1
5189-EP2281815A1
5189-EP2281818A1
5189-EP2281824A1
5189-EP2284150A2
5189-EP2284151A2
5189-EP2284152A2
5189-EP2284153A2
5189-EP2284155A2
5189-EP2284156A2
5189-EP2284157A1
5189-EP2284158A1
5189-EP2284164A2
5189-EP2284920A1
5189-EP2287140A2
5189-EP2287148A2
5189-EP2287150A2
5189-EP2287155A1
5189-EP2287165A2
5189-EP2287166A2
5189-EP2289510A1
5189-EP2289871A1
5189-EP2289890A1
5189-EP2292586A2
5189-EP2292590A2
5189-EP2292592A1
5189-EP2292593A2
5189-EP2292604A2
5189-EP2292606A1
5189-EP2292611A1
5189-EP2292620A2
5189-EP2292630A1
5189-EP2295409A1
5189-EP2295419A2
5189-EP2295429A1
5189-EP2295432A1
5189-EP2295433A2
5189-EP2295503A1
5189-EP2298732A1
5189-EP2298737A1
5189-EP2298738A1
5189-EP2298740A1
5189-EP2298755A1
5189-EP2298764A1
5189-EP2298765A1
5189-EP2298766A1
5189-EP2298767A1
5189-EP2298770A1
5189-EP2298774A1
5189-EP2301536A1
5189-EP2301538A1
5189-EP2301912A2
5189-EP2301913A1
5189-EP2301914A1
5189-EP2301916A2
5189-EP2301918A1
5189-EP2301921A1
5189-EP2301923A1
5189-EP2301926A1
5189-EP2301931A1
5189-EP2301933A1
5189-EP2301937A1
5189-EP2305219A1
5189-EP2305250A1
5189-EP2305637A2
5189-EP2305640A2
5189-EP2305643A1
5189-EP2305644A1
5189-EP2305648A1
5189-EP2305651A1
5189-EP2305653A1
5189-EP2305657A2
5189-EP2305658A1
5189-EP2305695A2
5189-EP2305696A2
5189-EP2305697A2
5189-EP2305698A2
5189-EP2305808A1
5189-EP2308510A1
5189-EP2308562A2
5189-EP2308832A1
5189-EP2308839A1
5189-EP2308840A1
5189-EP2308848A1
5189-EP2308849A1
5189-EP2308850A1
5189-EP2308854A1
5189-EP2308863A1
5189-EP2308867A2
5189-EP2308870A2
5189-EP2308871A1
5189-EP2311455A1
5189-EP2311796A1
5189-EP2311797A1
5189-EP2311798A1
5189-EP2311799A1
5189-EP2311808A1
5189-EP2311825A1
5189-EP2311827A1
5189-EP2311829A1
5189-EP2311830A1
5189-EP2311831A1
5189-EP2311842A2
5189-EP2314575A1
5189-EP2314576A1
5189-EP2314587A1
5189-EP2314588A1
5189-EP2315303A1
5189-EP2316452A1
5189-EP2316459A1
5189-EP2316470A2
5189-EP2316824A1
5189-EP2316832A1
5189-EP2316833A1
5189-EP2316836A1
5189-EP2316974A1
5189-EP2371811A2
5189-EP2371831A1
5189-EP2372017A1
5189-EP2372804A1
5189-EP2374454A1
5189-EP2378585A1
MolPort-001-738-532
46560-EP2275412A1
46560-EP2287158A1
46560-EP2287159A1
46560-EP2308871A1
46560-EP2311826A2
56185-EP2289892A1
56185-EP2298738A1
56185-EP2308871A1
Indole, 9CI, 8CI; N-(4-Methylbenzenesulfonyl)
SR-01000944736-1
Indole, puriss., >=98.5% (GC)
InChI=1/C8H7N/c1-2-4-8-7(3-1)5-6-9-8/h1-6,9
IUPAC name1H-indole
SMILESC1=CC=C2C(=C1)C=CN2
InchiInChI=1S/C8H7N/c1-2-4-8-7(3-1)5-6-9-8/h1-6,9H
FormulaC8H7N
PubChem ID798
Molweight117.151
LogP2.07
Atoms16
Bonds17
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationIndole indoles nitrogen compounds

mVOC Specific Details

Boiling Point
DegreeReference
254 °CPhysProp
253 deg C @ 762 mm Hg; 128-133 deg C @ 28 mm HgBudavari, S. (ed.). The Merck Index - An Encyclopedia of Chemicals, Drugs, and Biologicals. Whitehouse Station, NJ: Merck and Co., Inc., 1996., p. 851
Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for indole is estimated as 5.3X10-7 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) from its experimental values for vapor pressure, 0.0122 mm Hg(1), and water solubility, 3560 mg/l(2). This value indicates that indole will be essentially nonvolatile from water surfaces(3,SRC). Indole's Henry's Law constant(1,2,SRC) indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces should not occur(SRC).
Literature: (1) Yaws CL; Handbook of Vapor Pressure. Volume 3. C8 to C28 Compounds. HOuston,TX: Gulf Publ Co (1994) (2) Yalkowsky SH, Dannenfelser RM; Aquasol Database of Aqueous Solubility. Ver 5. College of Pharmacy, University of Arizona - Tucson, AZ. PC Ver (1992) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990)
Soil Adsorption
A Koc of 187 was measured for indole on a synthetic soil consisting of 88-90% sand, 10% clay and 0-2% humic acid(1). The Koc of indole is estimated as approximately 350(SRC), using a measured log Kow of 2.14(2) and a regression-derived equation(3,SRC). According to a recommended classification scheme(4), these Koc values suggest that indole has moderate mobility in soil(SRC).
Literature: (1) Rebhun M et al; Water Res 26: 79-84 (1992) (2) Hansch C et al; Exploring QSAR. Hydrophobic, Electronic, and Steric Constants. ACS Prof Ref Book. Amer Chem Soc, Washington, DC. p. 6 (1995) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 4-9 (1990) (4) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 23 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.0122 mm Hg at 25 deg CYaws CL; Handbook of Vapor Pressure. Volume 3. C8 to C28 Compounds. Gulf Publishing Co.: Houston, TX (1994)
MS-Links
MS-MS Spectrum 225355
MS-MS Spectrum 225356
MS-MS Spectrum 183055
MS-MS Spectrum 225360
MS-MS Spectrum 182706
MS-MS Spectrum 225361
MS-MS Spectrum 225351
MS-MS Spectrum 183056
MS-MS Spectrum 225354
MS-MS Spectrum 182708
MS-MS Spectrum 225353
MS-MS Spectrum 182707
MS-MS Spectrum 1047 - Quattro_QQQ 10V Positive delivery=Flow_Injection analyzer=Triple_Quad
MS-MS Spectrum 4590 - EI-B (MX-1303) Positive
MS-MS Spectrum 1049 - Quattro_QQQ 40V Positive delivery=Flow_Injection analyzer=Triple_Quad
MS-MS Spectrum 225352
MS-MS Spectrum 225359
MS-MS Spectrum 225358
MS-MS Spectrum 225362
MS-MS Spectrum 1048 - Quattro_QQQ 25V Positive delivery=Flow_Injection analyzer=Triple_Quad
MS-MS Spectrum 4592 - EI-B (HITACHI M-68) Positive
MS-MS Spectrum 225357
MS-MS Spectrum 4593 - LC-ESI-QTOF (UPLC Q-Tof Premier, Waters) Positive
MS-MS Spectrum 4591 - EI-B (Unknown) Positive
MS-MS Spectrum 183054
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBurkholderia Andropogonis LMG 2129n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Anthina LMG 20980n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Caledonica LMG 19076n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Caribensis LMG 18531n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Fungorum LMG 16225n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Gladioli LMG 2216n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Glathei LMG 14190n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Glumae LMG 2196n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Graminis LMG 18924n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Lata LMG 6993n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Pyrrocinia LMG 21822n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaCellulomonas Udan/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaChromobacterium Violaceum CV0n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaChryseobacterium Sp. AD48nanaTyc et al., 2015
BacteriaEnterobacter Spp.It is able to regulate biofilm formation. It also induces the formation of myxospores in Stigmatella aurantiaca.Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaEscherichia ColiRegulation of expression of multi-drug exporter genes and inhibition of biofilm formation of Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas fluorescens and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.Ryan and Dow JM, 2008
BacteriaEscherichia Coli ATCC15547American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), Rockville, MD or wild strains identified at the University of Kentucky Dept. of Animal Sciences Food Microbiology LaboratoryElgaali et al. 2002
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli O157:H7China Center of Industrial culture Collection, China General Microbiological Culture Collection CenterChen et Al. 2016
BacteriaEscherichia Coli OP50n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaEscherichia Coli StrainsIt is able to regulate biofilm formation. It also induces the formation of myxospores in Stigmatella aurantiaca.Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaHaemophilus InfluenzaeclinicPreti., 2009
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniaen/aTait et al., 2014
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.It is able to regulate biofilm formation. It also induces the formation of myxospores in Stigmatella aurantiaca.Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLoktanella Sp. Bio-204It is able to regulate biofilm formation. It also induces the formation of myxospores in Stigmatella aurantiaca.Schulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaPseudomonas Aeruginosa PUPa3n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida ISOfn/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Odorifera DSM 4582n/aWeise et al., 2014
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5an/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaShigella Flexnerin/aBunge et al., 2008
BacteriaShigella Flexneri CGCMCC 1.1868China Center of Industrial culture Collection, China General Microbiological Culture Collection CenterChen et Al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureusn/aTait et al., 2014
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69n/aBlom et al., 2011
Fungi Aspergillus ClavatusSeifert and King 1982
FungiPleurotus CystidiosusnanaUsami et al., 2014
Fungi Puccinia PunctiformisConnick and French 1991
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBurkholderia Andropogonis LMG 2129MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Anthina LMG 20980MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Caledonica LMG 19076MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Caribensis LMG 18531MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Fungorum LMG 16225MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Gladioli LMG 2216MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Glathei LMG 14190MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Glumae LMG 2196MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Graminis LMG 18924MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Lata LMG 6993LBHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Pyrrocinia LMG 21822MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaCellulomonas UdaMS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaChromobacterium Violaceum CV0MR-VP and AngleHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaChryseobacterium Sp. AD48Tryptic soy broth agarGC/MS-Q-TOFNo
BacteriaEnterobacter Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Colin/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli ATCC15547TS brothGC-MS Super Qno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli O157:H7Trypticase Soy Broth (TSB)HS-SPME/'GC-MSno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli OP50 LB, MS and AngleHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaEscherichia Coli Strainsn/an/a
BacteriaHaemophilus InfluenzaeBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
BacteriaKlebsiella PneumoniaeBHI Broth/ TS Broth/Glucose EF base brothGC-MS /Polar and non-polar GC Column
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaLoktanella Sp. Bio-204n/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Aeruginosa PUPa3LB, MR-VP and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaPseudomonas ChlororaphisLB and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida ISOfLB and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Odorifera DSM 4582NBIIHeadspace trapping/ GC-MS
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5aMS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaShigella Flexnerin/an/a
BacteriaShigella Flexneri CGCMCC 1.1868Trypticase Soy Broth (TSB)HS-SPME/'GC-MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus AureusBHI Broth/ TS Broth/Glucose EF base brothGC-MS /Polar and non-polar GC Column
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
Fungi Aspergillus Clavatusno
FungiPleurotus CystidiosusnaGC/MS, GC-O, AEDANo
Fungi Puccinia Punctiformisno


2-phenylethanol

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Hydroxyethylbenzene
Phenethylalcohol
Benzeneethanol
Benzylcarbinol
Benzylmethanol
betaphenylethyl alcohol
Benzenethanol
Phenylethanol
beta-Fenethylalkohol
Phenethanol
Phenylethyl alcohol
beta-Fenylethanol
beta-Phenylethanol
Phenethyl alcohol
WRMNZCZEMHIOCP-UHFFFAOYSA-N
2-Hydroxyethylbenzene
benzene-ethanol
Benzyl carbinol
beta-Phenylethyl alcohol
Mellol
PEL
Phenyl ethyl alcohol
2-PHENYLETHANOL
.beta.-Hydroxyethylbenzene
2-Phenethanol
2-Phenylethyl alcohol
AC1Q7CJQ
AC1Q7CJR
beta-PEA
2-Phenethyl alcohol
ACMC-1AZIH
b-pea
Phenethyl Alcohol-d5
Phenyl Ethanol(Natural)
.beta.-Fenethylalkohol
.beta.-Fenylethanol
.beta.-Phenylethanol
2-phenyl ethanol
2-PHENYL-ETHANOL
AC1L1LP9
AC1Q1HG6
beta-Fenethylalkohol [Czech]
.beta.-Phenethanol
.beta.-Phenylethyl alcohol
2-PEA
Methanol, benzyl-
Phenethyl alcohol (natural)
Phenylethyl Alcohol, pharmaceutical secondary standard; traceable to USP
Phenylethyl, beta- alcohol
SCHEMBL1838
.beta.-Phenethyl alcohol
2-Phenylethanol, USP
beta-Fenylethanol [Czech]
KSC237A2B
Phenylethyl alcohol (USP)
S992
PHENYLETHYL, B- ALCOHOL
BDBM85807
ML9LGA7468
P0084
W6811
WLN: Q2R
.beta.-PEA
AS00558
CHEMBL448500
DB02192
NE10237
Phenylethyl alcohol, United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Reference Standard
RL04267
1-Phenyl-2-ethanol
2-phenyl-1-ethanol
2-Phenylethan-1-Ol
bmse000659
C05853
D00192
HMS2093H05
HMS2233H06
HMS3374P04
HSDB 5002
UNII-ML9LGA7468
ZINC895934
2-(2-Hydroxyethyl)benzene
2-Phenylethanol, 99%
BC213746
DTXSID9026342
FEMA Number 2858
LS-2335
NSC_6054
NSC406252
NSC759116
OR034298
OR213561
OR262447
OR279817
SBB040879
STL281950
ZB015067
A832606
CHEBI:49000
DSSTox_CID_6342
Ethanol, 2-phenyl-
AC-18484
AK-59815
AN-23631
ANW-13578
Caswell No. 655C
DSSTox_GSID_26342
EBD2219942
KB-59529
Rose oil (Salt/Mix)
SC-46713
STOCK1N-73254
DSSTox_RID_78104
MFCD00002886
ZINC00895934
AI3-00744
CCG-213419
NSC 406252
NSC-406252
NSC-759116
RTR-037232
ST50214476
TR-037232
AKOS000249688
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 001503
I01-4509
Q-200318
BRN 1905732
FEMA No. 2858
MLS001066349
MLS001336026
SMR000059156
60-12-8
Z234896351
EN300-19347
ETHYL, 2-HYDROXY-1-PHENYL-
Tox21_113544
Tox21_201322
Tox21_303383
F0001-1575
Phenethyl alcohol, >=99%, FCC, FG
.beta.-P.E.A.
CAS_60-12-8
CAS-60-12-8
1321-27-3
MCULE-8439044075
NCGC00166215-01
NCGC00166215-02
NCGC00166215-03
NCGC00166215-05
NCGC00257347-01
NCGC00258874-01
AB00698274_05
EINECS 200-456-2
Pharmakon1600-01505398
2-Phenylethanol, 98% 250g
Phenethyl alcohol, natural, >=99%, FCC, FG
SR-01000763553
Tox21_113544_1
SBI-0206858.P001
2-Phenylethanol, >=99.0% (GC)
MolPort-000-872-041
12472-EP2287158A1
12472-EP2311801A1
12472-EP2316826A1
12472-EP2372017A1
37330-EP2284157A1
37330-EP2311802A1
37330-EP2311803A1
37330-EP2371814A1
47427-EP2295426A1
47427-EP2295427A1
47427-EP2305673A1
47427-EP2308877A1
47427-EP2311834A1
47427-EP2374783A1
66877-EP2270505A1
66877-EP2281823A2
66877-EP2292612A2
66877-EP2295406A1
66877-EP2298731A1
66877-EP2298772A1
66877-EP2308839A1
196135-EP2272972A1
196135-EP2272973A1
196135-EP2277872A1
SR-01000763553-2
4-06-00-03067 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
0DE4CADC-AB8A-4038-BD6F-EBD009885652
InChI=1/C8H10O/c9-7-6-8-4-2-1-3-5-8/h1-5,9H,6-7H
IUPAC name2-phenylethanol
SMILESC1=CC=C(C=C1)CCO
InchiInChI=1S/C8H10O/c9-7-6-8-4-2-1-3-5-8/h1-5,9H,6-7H2
FormulaC8H10O
PubChem ID6054
Molweight122.167
LogP1.49
Atoms19
Bonds19
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationBenzenoids Alcohols Alcohol

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for 2-phenylethanol estimated from its vapor pressure, 0.0868 mm Hg at 25 deg C(1), and water solubility, 16,000 mg/L(2), is 1.5X10-7 atm-cu m/mol(SRC). Using this value for the Henry's Law constant, one can estimate a volatilization half-life of 2-phenylethanol in a model river 1 m deep flowing at 1 m/s with a wind speed of 3 m/s is 46.5 days(3,SRC). 2-Phenylethanol's relatively low Henry's Law constant and vapor pressure suggest that volatilization from moist and dry soil surfaces will be minimal(SRC).
Literature: (1) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Data Compilation Tables of Properties of Pure Compounds NY, NY: Amer Inst for Phys Prop Data (1989) (2) Valvani SC et al; J Pharm Sci 70: 502-7 (1981) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods, NY: McGraw-Hill Chapt 15 (1982)
Soil Adsorption
Using an estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc for 2-phenylethanol is estimated to be 29(SRC). According to a suggested classification scheme(2), this Koc value suggests that 2-phenylethanol will have very high mobility in soil(SRC).
Literature: (1) Meylan WM et al; Environ Sci Technol 28: 459-65 (1992) (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 23 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
8.68X10-2 mm Hg @ 25 deg C /from experimentally derived coefficients/Daubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaStaphylococcus AureusNational collection of type cultures (NCTC) UKTait et al., 2014
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureusn/aPreti et. al., 2009
Fungi Aspergillus Sp.Seifert and Kling 1982
Fungi Chaetomium GlobosumKikuchi et al. 1983
Fungi Fusarium Sp.Takeuchi et al. 2012
Fungi Hypoxylon AnthochroumUlloa-Benitez et al. 2016
Fungi Lasiodiplodia TheobromaeMatsumoto and Nago 1994
Fungi Penicillium SppBrock and Dickschat 2013
Fungi Trichoderman Sp.Stoppacher et al. 2010
Fungi Tuber SppSplivallo et al. 2007
BacteriaArctic Bacteriumn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaBacillus Cereus B-569n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Andropogonis LMG 2129n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Caledonica LMG 19076n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Caribensis LMG 18531n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Caryophylli LMG 2155n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Cepacia LMG 1222n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Cepacia LMG 1222 358RhizosphereBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Fungorum LMG 16225n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Gladioli LMG 2216n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Glumae LMG 2196n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Graminis LMG 18924n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Hospita LMG 20598n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Kururiensis LMG 19447n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Lata LMG 6993n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Phenazinium LMG 2247n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Phenoliruptrix LMG 22037n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Phytofirmans LMG 22487n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Pyrrocinia LMG 21822n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Sacchari LMG 19450n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Sordidicola LMG 22029n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Terricola LMG 20594n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Thailandensis LMG 20219n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaBurkholderia Xenovorans LMG 21463n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaCellulomonas Udan/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaChondromyces Crocatus Cm C2n/aSchulz et al., 2004
BacteriaChondromyces Crocatus Cm C5n/aSchulz et al., 2004
BacteriaCitrobacter FreundiiAmerican Type Culture Collection Robacker and Bartelt 1997
BacteriaCitrobacter Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaCorynebacterium Accolens V12028clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaCorynebacterium Jeikeum V12131clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaCorynebacterium Jeikeum V12209clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaCorynebacterium Minutissimum ATCC 23348clinical isolate,trunk of adult femaleLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaCorynebacterium Striatum RV2clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaCorynebacterium Striatum V6894clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group Strain ARK 10267n/aDickschat et al., 2005_3
BacteriaDinoroseobacter Shibae Strain DFL-27n/aDickschat et al., 2005_4
BacteriaEnterobacter AgglomeransRobacker and Lauzon 2002
BacteriaEnterobacter Spp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaEscherichia Coli ATCC43895American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), Rockville, MD or wild strains identified at the University of Kentucky Dept. of Animal Sciences Food Microbiology LaboratoryElgaali et al. 2002
BacteriaEscherichia Coli OP50n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaEscherichia Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaKlebsiella PneumoniaeAmerican Type Culture Collection Robacker and Bartelt 1997
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLoktanella Sp. Bio-204n/aDickschat et al., 2005_4
BacteriaMarine Streptomycete (isolate B6007)n/aStritzke et al., 2004
BacteriaMycobacterium Bovisn/aMCNerney et al., 2016
BacteriaMyxobacterium Spp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaNannocystis Exedens Na EB37n/aDickschat et al., 2007
BacteriaNannocystis Exedens Subsp. Cinnabarina Na C29n/aDickschat et al., 2007
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescens WCS 417rn/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaRoseobacter Claden/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaSalinispora Tropica CNB-440namarine sedimentGroenhagen et al., 2016
BacteriaSerratia Entomophilia A1MO2n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Marcescens Db11n/aWeise et al., 2014
BacteriaSerratia Marcescens MG1n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Odorifera DSM 4582n/aWeise et al., 2014
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica 4Rx13n/aWeise et al., 2014
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica HRO-C48n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica IC14n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 568n/aWeise et al., 2014
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5an/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi DSMZ 4807clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi H34clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri ATCC 29061Southernflying squirrel skinLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri H4286clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri ORclinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri V405clinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri Yclinical isolateLemfack et al. 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Xylosusn/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca DW4/3-1n/aDickschat et al., 2005_5
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca Sg A15n/aDickschat et al., 2005_5
BacteriaStreptomyces Albidoflavus AMI 246n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Antibioticus CBS 659.68n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Diastatochromogenes ETH 18822n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Griseus ATCC 23345n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Griseus IFO 13849n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Hirsutus ATCC 19773n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Hirsutus ETH 1666n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Hygroscopicus ATCC 27438n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Hygroscopicus IFO 13255n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Murinus DSM 40091n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Olivaceus ETH 6445n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Olivaceus ETH 7437n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Sp. GWS-BW-H5.n/aDickschat et al., 2005_2
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp. AMI 240n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaStreptomyces Thermoviolaceus CBS 111.62n/aSchoeller et al., 2002
BacteriaUrkholderia Kururiensis LMG 19447RhizosphereBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaXanthomonas Campestris Pv. Vesicatoria 85-10n/aWeise et al., 2012
FungiAspergillus Ustusnawater damaged buildings, BelgiumPolizzi et al., 2012
Fungi Aureobasidium Pullulans FN868849applesDavis et al. 2012
FungiAureobasidium Pullulans FN868851attracts waspsisolated from apples (with lepidopteran orchard pests)Davis et al., 2012
FungiFusarium SpPierce et al. 1991
FungiPenicillium CorymbiferumPierce et al. 1991
FungiPenicillium Polonicumnawater damaged buildings, BelgiumPolizzi et al., 2012
FungiPericonia Britannicanawater damaged buildings, BelgiumPolizzi et al., 2012
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaegrape vineBecher et al. 2012
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae CR1control citrus black spot disease fermentation processesToffano et al. 2017
FungiScolulariopsis BrevicaulisPierce et al. 1991
FungiTrichoderma Atroviridenawater damaged buildings, BelgiumPolizzi et al., 2012
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aFortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiTuber BorchiiInhibit the development of Arabidopsis thaliana and modify its oxidative metabolismSplivallo et al., 2007
FungiTuber IndicumInhibit the development of Arabidopsis thaliana and modify its oxidative metabolismSplivallo et al., 2007
FungiTuber MelanosporumInhibit the development of Arabidopsis thaliana and modify its oxidative metabolismSplivallo et al., 2007
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/aFortywoodland of the Basilicata regionMauriello et al., 2004
FungiVerticillium Longisporumcollection TU GrazRybakova et al. 2017
BacteriaBranhamella CatatthalisclinicPreti., 2009
BacteriaStenotrophomonas MaltophiliaclinicPreti., 2009
BacteriaStreptococcus PneumoniaeclinicPreti., 2009
FungiHansenula Holstiiwhole beetles, beetle guts, loblolly pineBrand et al. 1977
BacteriaBacillus Simplexn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus Subtilisn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus Weihenstephanensisn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaMicrobacterium Oxydansn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaSerratia Marcescensn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Maltophilian/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaStreptomyces Lateritiusn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUnarhizosphere of a soybean field in the province of Rajasthan, IndiaVaishnav et al., 2016
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciurinafrom the gut flora of pea aphid Acyrthosiphon pisum honeydewLeroy et al., 2011
FungiPhoma Sp.n/aStrobel et al., 2014
FungiPhomopsis Sp.naendophyte of Odontoglossum sp.Singh et al., 2011
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica 3Re4-18n/aKai et al., 2007
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica HRO-C48n/aKai et al., 2007
BacteriaStaphylococcus Epidermidis 2P3-18n/aKai et al., 2007
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophila P69n/aKai et al., 2007
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aT. melanosporum was from the cultivated truffle zones in the province and T. aestivum from the natural truffle zones in the same regionCullere et al., 2010
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aT. melanosporum was from the cultivated truffle zones in the province and T. aestivum from the natural truffle zones in the same regionCullere et al., 2010
BacteriaEnterobacter Cloacaen/aArnold and Senter, 1998
BacteriaProteus Hauseri JN092591Nematicidal activitycow dungXU et al., 2015
BacteriaPseudomonas Aeruginosan/aArnold and Senter, 1998
BacteriaWautersiella Falsenii AM238687Nematicidal activitycow dungXU et al., 2015
FungiPhellinus Sp.n/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
FungiAmpelomyces Sp. F-a-3nanaNaznin et al., 2014
FungiAscocoryne Sarcoides NRRL 50072n/aMallette et al. 2012
FungiCandida SakeKing George Island, South Shetland Islands, AntarcticaArrarte et al. 2017
FungiHypoxylon Antochroum Blacinaendophytic in Bursera lancifoliaUlloa-Benítez et al., 2016
FungiMuscodor Albus CZ-620n/aCorcuff et al., 2011
FungiPhoma Sp. GS8-3nanaNaznin et al., 2014
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae Y1001n/aBruce et al., 2004
FungiTrichoderma AtrovirideCrutcher et al., 2013
FungiTrichoderma Atroviride ATCC 74058n/aStoppacher et al., 2010
FungiTrichoderma ReeseiCrutcher et al., 2013
FungiTrichoderma VirensCrutcher et al., 2013
FungiXylaria Sp.naHaematoxylon brasiletto, Morelos, MexicoSánchez-Ortiz et al., 2016
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureusblood/choclate agarGC-Ms flame photometric detectorno
BacteriaStaphylococcus AureusBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS
Fungi Aspergillus Sp.no
Fungi Chaetomium Globosumno
Fungi Fusarium Sp.no
Fungi Hypoxylon Anthochroumno
Fungi Lasiodiplodia Theobromaeno
Fungi Penicillium Sppno
Fungi Trichoderman Sp.no
Fungi Tuber Sppno
BacteriaArctic Bacteriumn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Cereus B-569LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Andropogonis LMG 2129LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Caledonica LMG 19076LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Caribensis LMG 18531LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Caryophylli LMG 2155LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Cepacia LMG 1222MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Cepacia LMG 1222 358MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)Yes
BacteriaBurkholderia Fungorum LMG 16225MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Gladioli LMG 2216MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Glumae LMG 2196LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Graminis LMG 18924LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Hospita LMG 20598MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Kururiensis LMG 19447LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Lata LMG 6993MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Phenazinium LMG 2247LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Phenoliruptrix LMG 22037LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Phytofirmans LMG 22487LBHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Pyrrocinia LMG 21822MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Sacchari LMG 19450LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Sordidicola LMG 22029AngleHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Terricola LMG 20594LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Thailandensis LMG 20219MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaBurkholderia Xenovorans LMG 21463MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaCellulomonas UdaLB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaChondromyces Crocatus Cm C2n/an/a
BacteriaChondromyces Crocatus Cm C5n/an/a
BacteriaCitrobacter Freundiitryptic soy broth SPME, GC-MSyes
BacteriaCitrobacter Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaCorynebacterium Accolens V12028brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaCorynebacterium Jeikeum V12131brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaCorynebacterium Jeikeum V12209brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaCorynebacterium Minutissimum ATCC 23348brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaCorynebacterium Striatum RV2brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaCorynebacterium Striatum V6894brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group Strain ARK 10267n/an/a
BacteriaDinoroseobacter Shibae Strain DFL-27n/an/a
BacteriaEnterobacter Agglomeransno
BacteriaEnterobacter Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli ATCC43895TS brothGC-MS Super Qno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli OP50LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaEscherichia Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniaetryptic soy broth SPME, GC-MSyes
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/an/a
BacteriaLoktanella Sp. Bio-204n/an/a
BacteriaMarine Streptomycete (isolate B6007)n/an/a
BacteriaMycobacterium BovisLoewenstein-Jensen mediaHeadspace analyze / SIFT-MS and TD-GC-MS.
BacteriaMyxobacterium Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaNannocystis Exedens Na EB37n/an/a
BacteriaNannocystis Exedens Subsp. Cinnabarina Na C29n/an/a
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescens WCS 417rMR-VP Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaRoseobacter Claden/an/a
BacteriaSalinispora Tropica CNB-440seawater-based A1GC/MS
BacteriaSerratia Entomophilia A1MO2LB, MR-VP and AngleHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Marcescens Db11NBIIHeadspace trapping/ GC-MS
BacteriaSerratia Marcescens MG1LB, MR-VP and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Odorifera DSM 4582NBIIHeadspace trapping/ GC-MS
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica 4Rx13NBIIHeadspace trapping/ GC-MS
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica HRO-C48MR-VP and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica IC14LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 568NBIIHeadspace trapping/ GC-MS
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans B5aLB, MR-VP and MS Headspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi DSMZ 4807brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Schleiferi H34brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri ATCC 29061brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri H4286brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri ORbrain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri V405brain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri Ybrain heart infusion mediumPorapak / GC/MSno
BacteriaStaphylococcus Xylosusn/an/a
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophilla Ep10-p69LB, MR-VP and AngleHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca DW4/3-1n/an/a
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca Sg A15n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Albidoflavus AMI 246n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Antibioticus CBS 659.68n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Diastatochromogenes ETH 18822n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Griseus ATCC 23345n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Griseus IFO 13849n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Hirsutus ATCC 19773n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Hirsutus ETH 1666n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Hygroscopicus ATCC 27438n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Hygroscopicus IFO 13255n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Murinus DSM 40091n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Olivaceus ETH 6445n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Olivaceus ETH 7437n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Sp. GWS-BW-H5.n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp. AMI 240n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Thermoviolaceus CBS 111.62n/an/a
BacteriaUrkholderia Kururiensis LMG 19447LB and MR-VPHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)Yes
BacteriaXanthomonas Campestris Pv. Vesicatoria 85-10NBIIClosed airflow-system/GC-MS and PTR-MS
FungiAspergillus Ustusmalt extract agar; potato dextrose agar; water agar; yeast extract agar; Czapek agarSPME-GC/MSNo
Fungi Aureobasidium Pullulans FN868849Sabouraud dextrose agarGC-MSyes
FungiAureobasidium Pullulans FN868851Sabouraud Dextrose AgarGC/FIDYes
FungiFusarium SpGC-FIDyes
FungiPenicillium CorymbiferumGC-FIDyes
FungiPenicillium Polonicummalt extract agar; potato dextrose agar; water agar; yeast extract agar; Czapek agarSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiPericonia Britannicamalt extract agar; potato dextrose agar; water agar; yeast extract agar; Czapek agarSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaesynthetic minimal mediumGC-MS, EIyes
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae CR1YEPDAGC/MSno
FungiScolulariopsis BrevicaulisGC-FIDyes
FungiTrichoderma Atroviridemalt extract agar; potato dextrose agar; water agar; yeast extract agar; Czapek agarSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiTuber Aestivumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiTuber Borchiin/an/a
FungiTuber Indicumn/an/a
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/an/a
FungiTuber Mesentericumn/amicroextraction-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (SPME-GC-MS)
FungiVerticillium Longisporumpotato dextrose agar (PDA), Czapek Dox liquid cultureGC-MS / SPMEno
BacteriaBranhamella CatatthalisBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
BacteriaStenotrophomonas MaltophiliaBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
BacteriaStreptococcus PneumoniaeBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
FungiHansenula HolstiiPYGGC-MSno
BacteriaBacillus Simplexn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Subtilisn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Weihenstephanensisn/an/a
BacteriaMicrobacterium Oxydansn/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Marcescensn/an/a
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Maltophilian/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Lateritiusn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUNutrient broth; King's B agarGC/MSNo
BacteriaStaphylococcus Sciuri877 liquid mediumSPME-GC/MS
FungiPhoma Sp.n/aSolid phase microextraction (SPME)
FungiPhomopsis Sp.PDA mediumSPME-GC/MSYes
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica 3Re4-18n/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Plymuthica HRO-C48n/an/a
BacteriaStaphylococcus Epidermidis 2P3-18n/an/a
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophila P69n/an/a
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aGas chromatography-olfactometry (GC-O)
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aGas chromatography-olfactometry (GC-O)
BacteriaEnterobacter CloacaeHS-SPME/GC-MS
BacteriaProteus Hauseri JN092591LB liquidSPME-GC/MS
BacteriaPseudomonas AeruginosaHS-SPME/GC-MS
BacteriaWautersiella Falsenii AM238687LB liquidSPME-GC/MS
FungiPhellinus Sp.n/an/a
FungiTuber Aestivumn/an/a
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
FungiAmpelomyces Sp. F-a-3naSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiAscocoryne Sarcoides NRRL 50072Minimal mediumPTR-MS and SPME GC-MS
FungiCandida SakeYeast Nitrogen base with 1% pectinSPME / GCMSno
FungiHypoxylon Antochroum BlaciPDA/WA + 500 mg l^-1 ChloramphenicolSPME-GC/MSYes
FungiMuscodor Albus CZ-620n/aHeadspace sampler/GC-MS
FungiPhoma Sp. GS8-3naSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae Y1001n/an/a
FungiTrichoderma AtroviridePotato dextrose agarHS-SPME/GC-MS no
FungiTrichoderma Atroviride ATCC 74058Potato dextrose agarHS-SPME/GC-MS
FungiTrichoderma ReeseiPotato dextrose agarHS-SPME/GC-MS no
FungiTrichoderma VirensPotato dextrose agarHS-SPME/GC-MS no
FungiXylaria Sp.PDA mediumSPME-GC/MSYes


2-ethylhexan-1-ol

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Ethylhexanol
YIWUKEYIRIRTPP-UHFFFAOYSA-N
2-ethylhexylalcohol
2 Ethylhexanol
2-Aethylhexanol
2-Ethylhexanol
AC1L1PEC
2-Ethylhexyl alcohol
Exxal 8N
2-ETHYL HEXANOL
2-ethyl-hexanol
AC1Q2V9L
AC1Q7BK8
2-ethyl hexyl alcohol
Alcohol, 2-ethylhexyl
KSC175S7B
L260
ACMC-1B65F
ACMC-20msz8
CHEMBL31637
NSC9300
SCHEMBL16324
CTK0H5970
E0122
Ethylhexanol, 2-
2-Aethylhexanol [German]
LS-380
2-ethyl 1-hexanol
2-ETHYL-1-HEXANOL
2-Ethylhexan-1-ol
C02498
CCRIS 2292
DSSTox_CID_605
HMS2268N10
HSDB 1118
AK114196
DTXSID5020605
LP121394
NSC 9300
NSC-9300
OR025415
SBB059906
STL453673
CHEBI:16011
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, analytical standard
ANW-15107
DSSTox_GSID_20605
TRA0052020
xi-2-Ethyl-1-hexanol
2-Ethyl-hexan-1-ol
DSSTox_RID_75686
LMFA05000703
MFCD00004746
AI3-00940
KB-170355
RTR-001032
ST24040552
ST51046173
TR-001032
AKOS000120105
AKOS016843836
W-109057
BRN 1719280
FEMA No. 3151
FT-0612231
FT-0627437
MLS002415694
SMR000112222
1-Hexanol, 2-ethyl-
I14-17807
Tox21_202071
Tox21_300019
WLN: Q1Y4 & 2
104-76-7
3B1-005666
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, >=99%
MCULE-1768780358
NCGC00091294-01
NCGC00091294-02
NCGC00091294-03
NCGC00254215-01
NCGC00259620-01
Alcohols, C7-9-branched, C8-rich
CAS-104-76-7
EINECS 203-234-3
EINECS 295-250-2
2-Ethylhexan-1-ol, United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Reference Standard
91994-92-2
111675-57-1
128821-84-1
Alcohols, C7-9-iso-,C8-rich
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, >=99.6%
MolPort-001-787-201
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, >=99%, FG
33017-EP2305033A1
33017-EP2311815A1
33017-EP2371805A1
33017-EP2377844A2
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, 99% 500ml
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, SAJ first grade, >=99.0%
1-Hexanol, 2-ethyl-, (S)-
4-01-00-01783 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
1070-10-6 (titanium(4+) salt)
2-Ethyl-1-hexanol, puriss., >=99.0% (GC)
InChI=1/C8H18O/c1-3-5-6-8(4-2)7-9/h8-9H,3-7H2,1-2H
IUPAC name2-ethylhexan-1-ol
SMILESCCCCC(CC)CO
InchiInChI=1S/C8H18O/c1-3-5-6-8(4-2)7-9/h8-9H,3-7H2,1-2H3
FormulaC8H18O
PubChem ID7720
Molweight130.231
LogP2.5
Atoms27
Bonds26
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationAlcohols

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for 2-ethylhexanol is estimated as 2.6X10-5 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) derived from its vapor pressure, 0.136 mm Hg(1), and water solubility, 880 mg/L(2). This Henry's Law constant indicates that 2-ethylhexanol is expected to volatilize from water surfaces(3). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 41 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 16 days(SRC). 2-Ethylhexanol's estimated Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). 2-Ethylhexanol is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon its vapor pressure(1).
Literature: (1) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Data Compilation Tables of Properties of Pure Compounds. New York, NY: Amer Inst for Phys Prop Data (1989) (2) Amidon GL et al; J Pharm Sci 63: 1858-66 (1974) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990)
Soil Adsorption
Using a structure estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc of 2-ethylhexanol can be estimated to be 35(SRC). According to a classification scheme(2), this estimated Koc value suggests that 2-ethylhexanol is expected to have very high mobility in soil.
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of Feb 5, 2014: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.136 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, DC: Taylor and Francis, 1985
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaCarnobacterium Divergens 9Pn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaCarnobacterium Maltaromaticumn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaPseudomonas Aurantiacan/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Corrugaten/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescensn/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B2675n/aBruce et al., 2004
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B675n/aBruce et al., 2004
FungiAspergillus VersicolorSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiChaetomium GlobosumSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiEurotium AmstelodamiSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tan/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV 357n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiPenicillium BrevicompactumSchleibinger et al.,2005
FungiPleurotus CystidiosusnanaUsami et al., 2014
FungiPleurotus Eryngii Var. TuoliensisnanaUsami et al., 2014
FungiRhizoctonia Solani AG2-2 IIIBcollection of the Sugar Beet Research Institute, Bergen op Zoom, The NetherlandsCordovez et al. 2017
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae Y1001n/aBruce et al., 2004
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
FungiTuber Borchiin/aSplivallo et al., 2007
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaCitrobacter FreundiiAmerican Type Culture Collection Robacker and Bartelt 1997
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaKlebsiella PneumoniaeAmerican Type Culture Collection Robacker and Bartelt 1997
FungiAspergillus Versicolor Tiraboschinadamp indoor environments, food productsSunesson et al., 1995
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaCarnobacterium Divergens 9Pn/an/a
BacteriaCarnobacterium Maltaromaticumn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Aurantiacan/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Corrugaten/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescensn/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B2675n/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Spp. B675n/an/a
FungiAspergillus Versicoloringrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiChaetomium Globosumingrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiEurotium Amstelodamiingrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tayeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV 357yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiPenicillium Brevicompactumingrain wallpaperGC/MS-SIMYes
FungiPleurotus CystidiosusnaGC/MS, GC-O, AEDANo
FungiPleurotus Eryngii Var. TuoliensisnaGC/MS, GC-O, AEDANo
FungiRhizoctonia Solani AG2-2 IIIBPotato Dextrose Agar9Tenax TA / TDGC-MSno
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae Y1001n/an/a
FungiTuber Aestivumn/an/a
FungiTuber Borchiin/an/a
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/an/a
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaCitrobacter Freundiitryptic soy broth SPME, GC-MSyes
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniaetryptic soy broth SPME, GC-MSyes
FungiAspergillus Versicolor TiraboschiMEAGC/MS


Ethyl Octanoate

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Ethylcaprylate
YYZUSRORWSJGET-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Ethyl caprylate
ETHYL OCTANOATE
Caprylic acid ethylester
Ethyl octoate
Ethyl octylate
Ethyl octanoate, analytical reference material
octanoic acid ethyl
Caprylic acid ethyl ester
Ethyl n-octanoate
octanoic acid ethyl ester
AC1L1PKR
SCHEMBL454
Ethyl ester of octanoic acid
octanoic acid ethyl ester;
Octanoic acid, ethyl ester
n-Octanoic Acid Ethyl Ester
n-Caprylic acid ethyl ester
Ethyl octanoate (natural)
KSC175O5J
NSC8898
CTK0H5754
O0030
NE10664
ACMC-2098ja
C12292
WLN: 7VO2
81C5MOP582
LP001581
Jsp000577
LS-2744
NSC 8898
NSC-8898
DTXSID8051542
SBB061059
UNII-81C5MOP582
ZINC1648316
A801420
CHEBI:87426
DSSTox_GSID_51542
EBD2205436
ANW-15332
AN-22425
TRA0002297
MFCD00009552
LMFA07010447
DSSTox_CID_30094
TR-001246
ST51047128
RTR-001246
DB-040685
AI3-01977
AKOS000120258
J-001572
I14-2586
FT-0631592
BRN 1754470
FEMA No. 2449
Z794499482
Ethyl octanoate, ReagentPlus(R), >=99%
Tox21_303730
106-32-1
Ethyl octanoate, >=98%, FCC, FG
MCULE-2970505348
NCGC00357039-01
Ethyl caprylate, 99% 100g
Ethyl octanoate, Vetec(TM) reagent grade, 98%
CAS-106-32-1
EINECS 203-385-5
Ethyl octanoate, natural, >=98%, FCC, FG
MolPort-003-925-938
WE(2:0/8:0)
IUPAC nameethyl octanoate
SMILESCCCCCCCC(=O)OCC
InchiInChI=1S/C10H20O2/c1-3-5-6-7-8-9-10(11)12-4-2/h3-9H2,1-2H3
FormulaC10H20O2
PubChem ID7799
Molweight172.268
LogP3.2
Atoms32
Bonds31
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationEsters

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaCarnobacterium Divergens 9Pn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaEscherichia Coli ATCC15547American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), Rockville, MD or wild strains identified at the University of Kentucky Dept. of Animal Sciences Food Microbiology LaboratoryElgaali et al. 2002
BacteriaEscherichia Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaLactobacillus Fermentum LSL 205nanaPogačić et al., 2016
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/aErcolini et al., 2009
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaegrape vineBecher et al. 2012
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae CR1control citrus black spot disease fermentation processesToffano et al. 2017
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaCarnobacterium Divergens 9Pn/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli ATCC15547TS brothGC-MS Super Qno
BacteriaEscherichia Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Fermentum LSL 205curd-based broth mediumGC/MSYes
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/an/a
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiaesynthetic minimal mediumGC-MS, EIyes
FungiSaccharomyces Cerevisiae CR1YEPDAGC/MSno


1,4-xylene

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
paraxylene
Scintillar
p-Dimethylbenzene
URLKBWYHVLBVBO-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Chromar
Dimethylbenzene,coking by-products
p-Methyltoluene
Solvent xylene
Para-Xylene
PXY
4-Methyltoluene
p-Xylenes
AC1L1PLL
AC1Q2QRE
P-XYLENE
p-Xylol
ACMC-1BROJ
Xylene,coking b
4-Xylene
p-Xylene, analytical standard
ScintiLene™ Cocktail
1,4-Dimethylbenzene
1,4-Dimethylbenzol
187l
KSC175S8L
Xylene, p-isomer
CHEMBL31561
6WAC1O477V
Benzene, p-dimethyl-
CCRIS 910
CTK0H5985
HSDB 136
S0649
1,4-dimethyl benzene
1,4-Xylene
AS00254
BENZENE,1,4-DIMETHYL
LS-397
NSC72419
RL01514
RP18866
Xylene, p-
A18069
bmse000834
C06756
LTBB002309
p-Xylene-13C8
p-Xylene, pharmaceutical secondary standard; traceable to USP
UNII-6WAC1O477V
ZINC968254
DTXSID2021868
OR000302
OR198617
OR198618
OR245569
OR271024
STL264212
ZB015532
CHEBI:27417
DSSTox_CID_1868
p-XYLENE- D10
AN-22433
ANW-15345
CJ-04643
DSSTox_GSID_21868
LABOTEST-BB LTBB002309
METHYL,(4-METHYLPHENYL)-
NSC 72419
NSC-72419
SC-65191
SC-79143
TRA0007876
Aromatic hydrocarbons, C8, o-xylene-lean
BDBM50008567
DSSTox_RID_76374
MFCD00008556
WLN: 1R D1
ZINC00968254
AI3-52255
p-Xylene, anhydrous, >=99%
TC-104090
TR-001252
AKOS000121124
I01-9720
J-001588
J-524068
1,4-Dimethylcyclohexane, mixture of cis and trans
Benzene, 1,4-dimethyl-
FT-0689271
p-Xylene, for synthesis, 99%
Tox21_201113
106-42-3
F0001-0120
p-Xylene, for HPLC, >=99%
Benzene, 1,4-dimethyl-, oxidized
MCULE-3769448716
NCGC00091661-01
NCGC00091661-02
NCGC00258665-01
p-Xylene, ReagentPlus(R), 99%
CAS-106-42-3
EINECS 203-396-5
68411-39-2
68650-36-2
p-Xylene, 99% 100ml
p-Xylene, SAJ special grade, >=99.0%
MolPort-001-783-900
p-Xylene, SAJ first grade, >=99.0%
p-Xylene [UN1307] [Flammable liquid]
28306-EP2270003A1
28306-EP2277867A2
28306-EP2280003A2
28306-EP2289896A1
28306-EP2301918A1
28306-EP2305825A1
28306-EP2309584A1
28306-EP2314577A1
28306-EP2380568A1
p-Xylene [UN1307] [Flammable liquid]
p-Xylene, purum, >=98.0% (GC)
p-Xylene, puriss. p.a., >=99.0% (GC)
InChI=1/C8H10/c1-7-3-5-8(2)6-4-7/h3-6H,1-2H
IUPAC name1,4-xylene
SMILESCC1=CC=C(C=C1)C
InchiInChI=1S/C8H10/c1-7-3-5-8(2)6-4-7/h3-6H,1-2H3
FormulaC6H4(CH3)2
PubChem ID7809
Molweight106.168
LogP3
Atoms18
Bonds18
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationBenzenoids alkylbenzenes

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for 4-xylene is measured as 6.90X10-3 atm-cu m/mole(1). This Henry's Law constant indicates that 4-xylene is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(2). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 3.1 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 4.1 days(SRC). 4-Xylene's Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). 4-Xylene is expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon a vapor pressure of 8.84 mm Hg(3).
Literature: (1) Foster P et al; Fresen Environ Bull 3: 318-323 (1994) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (3) Chao J et al; J Phys Chem Ref Data 12: 1033-63 (1983)
Soil Adsorption
Koc values of 246 and 540 have been measured for 4-xylene in silt and sandy loam soils respectively(1). A Koc value of 204 was measured for 4-xylene using sandy aquifer materials(2). A median experimental Koc value of 295 has also been reported(3). According to a classification scheme(4), these Koc values suggest that 4-xylene is expected to have moderate to low mobility in soil. A soil leaching column study estimated a 4-xylene Koc of 331 using a chromatographic methodology(5). Another soil column leaching study estimated a Koc range of 118-298 based on HPLC measurement(6).
Literature: (1) Walton BT et al; J Environ Qual 21: 552-558 (1992) (2) Abdul AS et al; Hazard Waste & Hazard Mater 4: 211-22 (1987) (3) Schuurmann G et al; Environ Sci Technol 40: 7005-7011 (Supporting information) (2006) (4) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983) (5) Xu F et al; J Environ Qual 30: 1618-1623 (2001) (6) ECHA; Search for Chemicals. p-Xylene (CAS 106-42-3) Registered Substances Dossier. European Chemical Agency; Available from, as of June 27, 2016: http://echa.europa.eu/
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
8.84 mm Hg at 25 deg CChao J et al; J Phys Chem Ref Data 12: 1033-66 (1983)
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBurkholderia Tropica MTo431n/aTenorio-Salgado et al., 2013
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tan/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_9n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiPaecilomyces Variotii Bainnacompost, soils, food productsSunesson et al., 1995
FungiTrichodema Pseudokoningiin/aWheatley et al., 1997
BacteriaCarnobacterium Divergens 9Pn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaPseudomonas Fragi 25Pn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/aErcolini et al., 2009
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aHeadspace solid-phase microextraction (HS-SPME) combined with GC-MS
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBurkholderia Tropica MTo431Potato dextrose agarHeadspace trapping/ GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tayeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_9yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiPaecilomyces Variotii BainDG18,MEAGC/MS
FungiTrichodema PseudokoningiiMalt extractGC/MS
BacteriaCarnobacterium Divergens 9Pn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Fragi 25Pn/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/an/a


Nonanoic Acid

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Pelargonsaeure
NoEthaCoEa
Nonansaeure
FBUKVWPVBMHYJY-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Nonanoate
Pelargon
pergonate
nonans
Pelargonic acid
1-octanecarboxylate
n-Pelargonate
NONANOIC ACID
Pelargic acid
pergonic acid
Caprylic-Capric Acid
IioA inverted question markuEa
KNA
Nonoic acid
Nonylic acid
1-Octanecarboxylic acid
8-carboxyoctyl
n-Nonoate
n-Nonylate
Nonanoic Acid Anion
1-Octanecarboxyic acid
n-pelargonic acid
Nonanoic acid, analytical standard
1-nonanoate
n-Nonanoic acid
n-Nonylic acid
3sz1
n-Nonoic acid
1-nonanoic acid
AC1L1QE7
AC1Q2VX7
AC1Q5W5X
Acid C9
octan-1 carboxylic acid
Pelargon [Russian]
Cirrasol 185A
Hexacid C-9
KSC175A3N
C9H18O2
SCHEMBL21966
C9:0
CTK0H5036
HMDB00847
N0288
P0952
QSPL 030
WLN: QV8
ACMC-2099ce
Caprylic-Capric Acid 658
CHEMBL108436
Nonanoic acid, >=97%
NSC62787
Pelargonic Acid 1202
97SEH7577T
bmse000499
C01601
Emery 1202
Emery 1203
Emery's L-114
Emfac 1202
HMS2269L08
HSDB 5554
Nonanoic acid, 96%
BBL027459
DTXSID3021641
Jsp000917
LP067835
LP097946
LS-2986
SBB058693
STL372710
A802476
CHEBI:29019
DSSTox_CID_1641
UNII-97SEH7577T
ZINC1529234
AN-43106
ANW-16380
DSSTox_GSID_21641
KB-58725
NSC 62787
NSC-62787
BB_SC-7262
DSSTox_RID_76255
Fatty acids, C8-1O
LMFA01010009
MFCD00004433
AI3-04164
CCG-231471
NCIOpen2_000142
NCIOpen2_000179
NCIOpen2_001763
NCIOpen2_002882
NCIOpen2_003483
RTR-002359
ST51037369
TR-002359
AKOS000118981
BB_SC-07262
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 217500
Nonanoic acid, >=96%, FG
Q-201488
S04-0163
BRN 1752351
Fatty acids, C6-12
Fatty acids, C8-10
FEMA No. 2784
FT-0660055
FT-0695195
MLS001066339
SMR000112203
CH3-[CH2]7-COOH
Tox21_202426
Tox21_300022
112-05-0
NONANOIC ACID MFC9 H18 O2
Z1258948135
Nonanoic acid, natural, 98%, FG
Emery 1202 (Salt/Mix)
MCULE-4736597375
NCGC00164328-01
NCGC00164328-02
NCGC00164328-03
NCGC00253958-01
NCGC00259975-01
CAS-112-05-0
EINECS 203-931-2
EINECS 273-086-2
58253-02-4
68937-75-7
MolPort-000-881-522
83478-EP2305655A2
14047-60-0 (hydrochloride salt)
5112-16-3 (cadmium salt)
23282-34-0 (potassium salt)
7640-78-0 (zinc salt)
29813-38-5 (calcium salt)
4-02-00-01018 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
F57B4D17-8824-403B-AE1B-FA425608BB39
InChI=1/C9H18O2/c1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9(10)11/h2-8H2,1H3,(H,10,11
IUPAC namenonanoic acid
SMILESCCCCCCCCC(=O)O
InchiInChI=1S/C9H18O2/c1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9(10)11/h2-8H2,1H3,(H,10,11)
FormulaC9H18O2
PubChem ID8158
Molweight158.241
LogP3.14
Atoms29
Bonds28
H-bond Acceptor2
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationAcids carboxylic acids

mVOC Specific Details

Boiling Point
DegreeReference
254.5 deg CLide, D.R. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics 86TH Edition 2005-2006. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, FL 2005, p. 3-398
Volatilization
A pKa of 4.95(1) indicates nonanoic acid will exist almost entirely in the anion form at pH values of 5 to 9 and therefore volatilization from water surfaces and moist soil is not expected to be an important fate process(2). Nonanoic acid is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon a vapor pressure of 1.65X10-3 mm Hg(3).
Literature: (1) Dean JA; Handbook of Organic Chemistry, NY, NY: McGraw-Hill, Inc p. 8-45 (1987) (2) Doucette WJ; pp. 141-188 in Handbook of Property Estimation Methods for Chemicals. Boethling RS, Mackay D, eds. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publ (2000) (3) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals: Data Compilation. Design Inst Phys Prop Data, Amer Inst Chem Eng., Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis, Vol 4 (1995)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of undissociated nonanoic acid is estimated as 1,700 for the free acid(SRC), using a log Kow of 3.42(1) and a regression-derived equation(2). According to a classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that undissociated nonanoic acid is expected to have low mobility in soil. The pKa of nonanoic acid is 4.95(4), indicating that this compound will exist almost entirely in anion form in the environment and anions generally do not adsorb more strongly to soils containing organic carbon and clay than their neutral counterparts(5).
Literature: (1) Sangster J; LOGKOW Databank, Sangster Res Lab, Montreal Quebec, Canada (1994) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 4-9 (1990) (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983) (4) Dean JA; Handbook of Organic Chemistry, NY, NY: McGraw-Hill, Inc p. 8-45 (1987) (5) Doucette WJ; pp. 141-188 in Handbook of Property Estimation Methods for Chemicals. Boethling RS, Mackay D, eds. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publ (2000)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
1.65X10-3 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
MS-MS Spectrum 4715 - EI-B (HITACHI M-80) Positive
MS-MS Spectrum 4721 - LC-ESI-QQ (API3000, Applied Biosystems) 50V Negative
MS-MS Spectrum 14196
MS-MS Spectrum 201705
MS-MS Spectrum 14197
MS-MS Spectrum 4716 - EI-B (HITACHI M-80B) Positive
MS-MS Spectrum 1194 - Quattro_QQQ 25V Positive delivery=Flow_Injection analyzer=Triple_Quad
MS-MS Spectrum 4720 - LC-ESI-QQ (API3000, Applied Biosystems) 40V Negative
MS-MS Spectrum 4719 - LC-ESI-QQ (API3000, Applied Biosystems) 30V Negative
MS-MS Spectrum 7525
MS-MS Spectrum 14195
MS-MS Spectrum 4718 - LC-ESI-QQ (API3000, Applied Biosystems) 20V Negative
MS-MS Spectrum 1193 - Quattro_QQQ 10V Positive delivery=Flow_Injection analyzer=Triple_Quad
MS-MS Spectrum 7524
MS-MS Spectrum 4717 - LC-ESI-QQ (API3000, Applied Biosystems) 10V Negative
MS-MS Spectrum 7523
MS-MS Spectrum 1195 - Quattro_QQQ 40V Positive delivery=Flow_Injection analyzer=Triple_Quad
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
FungiGanoderma Lucidumnasaprophytic on deciduous treesZiegenbein et al., 2006
BacteriaAlpha Proteobacteria GroupStimulation of oviposition, directing egg laying to favorable habitat of Aedes aegypti.Ponnusamy et al., 2008
BacteriaClostridium Difficileoutbreak 2006 UKRees et al 2016
BacteriaGamma ProteobacteriaStimulation of oviposition, directing egg laying to favorable habitat of Aedes aegypti.Ponnusamy et al., 2008
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
FungiGanoderma LucidumnaGC/MSNo
BacteriaAlpha Proteobacteria Groupn/an/a
BacteriaClostridium Difficilebrain heart infusionGCxGC-TOF-MSyes
BacteriaGamma Proteobacterian/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/an/a
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/an/a


Dodecane

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Duodecane
DODECANE
SNRUBQQJIBEYMU-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Dihexyl
lauryl
dodecan
Bihexyl
Dodekan
Dodecane, analytical standard
N-Dodecan
n-Dodecane
Normal Paraffin M
D12
AC1L1QG7
Adakane 12
Undecane, methyl-
Norpar 13
U215
KSC175C3D
NSC8714
CHEMBL30959
Dodecane, 99%
CCRIS 661
S0284
CTK0H5131
D0968
n-Dodecan [German]
HSDB 5133
Dodecane, certified reference material, TraceCERT(R)
Dodecane, anhydrous, >=99%
11A386X1QH
C08374
WLN: 12H
LP003955
LP086061
NSC 8714
NSC-8714
STL280320
Jsp000956
DTXSID0026913
UNII-11A386X1QH
ZINC1531085
C12-14-alkanes
DSSTox_CID_6913
C12-n-alkane;
CHEBI:28817
DSSTox_GSID_26913
ANW-16463
AN-22698
LS-63438
DA-16704
SC-78851
EBD2203394
TRA0025406
DSSTox_RID_78250
UNII-FW7807707B component SNRUBQQJIBEYMU-UHFFFAOYSA-N
MFCD00008969
LMFA11000004
ACN-034829
RTR-002427
TR-002427
CH3(CH2)10CH3
AKOS015904160
Alkanes, C10-14
J-002767
FT-0625568
Dodecane, ReagentPlus(R), >=99%
BRN 1697175
I14-17881
Tox21_303615
112-40-3
I14-107531
Dodecane, technical, >=90% (GC)
NCGC00257481-01
MCULE-3947157412
NCGC00166012-01
CH3-[CH2]10-CH3
EINECS 203-967-9
EINECS 297-629-8
EINECS 300-199-7
CAS-112-40-3
Ba 51-090453
n-Dodecane, 99% 100ml
93924-07-3
93685-81-5
EC 300-199-7
MolPort-001-783-725
Density Standard 749 kg/m3, H&D Fitzgerald Ltd. Quality
Hydrocarbons, C4, 1,3-butadiene-free, polymd., triisobutylene fraction, hydrogenated
1310FACD-F2BF-4FD7-BC20-B21DF06EDE79
4-01-00-00498 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
InChI=1/C12H26/c1-3-5-7-9-11-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-12H2,1-2H
IUPAC namedodecane
SMILESCCCCCCCCCCCC
InchiInChI=1S/C12H26/c1-3-5-7-9-11-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-12H2,1-2H3
FormulaC12H26
PubChem ID8182
Molweight170.34
LogP5.8
Atoms38
Bonds37
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationAlkanes

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for dodecane is estimated as 8.2 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) derived from its vapor pressure, 0.135 mm Hg(1), and water solubility, 3.7X10-3 mg/L(2). This Henry's Law constant indicates that dodecane is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(3). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 4 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 5 days(SRC). However, volatilization from water surfaces is expected to be attenuated by adsorption to suspended solids and sediment in the water column. The estimated volatilization half-life from a model pond is 32 days if adsorption is considered(4). Dodecane's estimated Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). Dodecane is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon its vapor pressure(1).
Literature: (1) Kertes AS; Hydrocarbons with Water and Seawater Part II. Hydrocarbons C8 to C31. Solubility Data Series Vol 38. Shaw PC, ed., London, UK: Pergamon Press, 553 pp (1989) (2) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals: Data Compilation. Design Inst Phys Prop Data, Amer Inst Chem Eng. New York, NY: Hemisphere Pub Corp 5 Vol (1994) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (4) US EPA; EXAMS II Computer Simulation (1987)
Soil Adsorption
Using a structure estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc of dodecane can be estimated to be 4800(SRC). According to a classification scheme(2), this estimated Koc value suggests that dodecane is expected to have slight mobility in soil. In a study conducted to mimic a spill of 1.27 L/sq m, dodecane (present in JP-4 jet fuel) was transported to a depth of 10 cm; at the end of the study (134 days), it was no longer detected(3). In another study, it was determined that dodecane is slowly intercalated into well dried montmorillonite clay(4).
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of Aug 25, 2016: http://www2.epa.gov/tsca-screening-tools (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983) (3) Ross WD et al; Environmental Fate and Biological Consequences of Chemicals Related to Air Force Activities. NTIS AD-A121 288/5. Dayton, OH: Monsanto Res Corp. pp. 173 (1982) (4) Eltantawy IM, Arnold PW; Nature (London) Phys Sci 237: 123-25 (1972)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.135 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaStenotrophomonas MaltophiliaclinicPreti., 2009
BacteriaAlcaligenes Faecalisn/aZou et al., 2007
BacteriaArthrobacter Nitroguajacoliusn/aZou et al., 2007
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens FZB42Agriculture University of Nanjing, ChinaTahir et al. 2021
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937an/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaBacillus Artrophaeus LSSC22Agriculture University of Nanjing, ChinaTahir et al. 2034
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Simplexn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus Spp.n/aZou et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus Subtilisn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaBacillus Weihenstephanensisn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaLysobacter Gummosusn/aZou et al., 2007
BacteriaMicrobacterium Oxydansn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaPseudomonas Aurantiacan/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Corrugaten/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescensn/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUnarhizosphere of a soybean field in the province of Rajasthan, IndiaVaishnav et al., 2016
BacteriaSerratia Marcescensn/aGu et al., 2007
BacteriaSporosarcina Ginsengisolin/aZou et al., 2007
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Maltophilian/aZou et al., 2007
BacteriaStreptomyces Lateritiusn/aGu et al., 2007
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tan/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_9n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiPenicillium Crustosumcompost Fischer et al. 2058
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaStenotrophomonas MaltophiliaBlood agar/chocolate blood agaHS-SPME/GC-MS no
BacteriaAlcaligenes Faecalisn/an/a
BacteriaArthrobacter Nitroguajacoliusn/an/a
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens FZB42LBSPME-GC-MSno
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aTryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaBacillus Artrophaeus LSSC22LBSPME-GC-MSno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Simplexn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Subtilisn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Subtilis GB03Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaBacillus Weihenstephanensisn/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaLysobacter Gummosusn/an/a
BacteriaMicrobacterium Oxydansn/an/a
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaPseudomonas Aurantiacan/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Corrugaten/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescensn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUNutrient broth; King's B agarGC/MSNo
BacteriaSerratia Marcescensn/an/a
BacteriaSporosarcina Ginsengisolin/an/a
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Maltophilian/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Lateritiusn/an/a
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tayeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_9yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiPenicillium Crustosumyest extract sucroseTenax/GC-MSno


Dodecanal

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Laurylaldehyde
Laurinaldehyde
Dodecylaldehyde
Dodecanaldehyde
Lauraldehyde
Duodecylic aldehyde
HFJRKMMYBMWEAD-UHFFFAOYSA-N
DODECANAL
Lauryl aldehyde
Lauric aldehyde
Dodecyl aldehyde
n-Lauraldehyde
n-Dodecanal
n-Dodecylic aldehyde
n-Dodecyl aldehyde
Lauric aldehyde, analytical standard
1-Dodecanal
1-Dodecyl aldehyde
C12 aldehyde
Aldehyde C12
AC1L1QH7
AC1Q2W09
KSC490K9P
U222
Lauric aldehyde (natural)
OR6024
Lauraldehyde (8CI)
SCHEMBL75196
D0979
CTK3J0597
Dodecyl aldehyde, 92%
C42O120SEF
NSC46128
NSC52196
NSC55212
C-12 lauric aldehyde
RP24485
UNII-C42O120SEF
C02278
WLN: VH11
DTXSID6021589
LS-2876
LP002398
SBB059874
CHEMBL2228373
ZINC1529404
CHEBI:27836
Aldehyde C-12, lauric
C-12 aldehyde, lauric
TRA0075485
CC-27342
NSC 46128
NSC-46128
API0002468
ANW-42100
NSC-52196
NSC-55212
AN-22707
ZX-AT010639
MFCD00007017
LMFA06000071
C-30890
dodecylaldehyde, dodecanal, lauric aldehyde, lauraldehyde, aldehyde C12
AI3-02459
TR-002448
ST51046139
CS-W004301
DB-041098
RTR-002448
J-002791
J-520425
AKOS009158429
FEMA No. 2615
BRN 1703917
I14-13648
Lauric aldehyde, natural, >=95%, FG
112-54-9
MCULE-3814557174
EINECS 203-983-6
Lauric aldehyde, >=95%, stabilized, FCC, FG
MolPort-001-784-297
4-01-00-03380 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
InChI=1/C12H24O/c1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13/h12H,2-11H2,1H
IUPAC namedodecanal
SMILESCCCCCCCCCCCC=O
InchiInChI=1S/C12H24O/c1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13/h12H,2-11H2,1H3
FormulaC12H24O
PubChem ID8194
Molweight184.323
LogP4.32
Atoms37
Bonds36
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationAldehydes

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
FungiPleurotus OstreatusnanaÇağlarırmak et al., 2007
BacteriaDinoroseobacter Shibae Strain DFL-27n/aDickschat et al., 2005_4
BacteriaStaphylococcus Epidermidis 2P3-18n/aKai et al., 2007
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophila P69n/aKai et al., 2007
FungiTuber Aestivumn/aAgricultural Centre of Castilla and León Community (Monasterio de la Santa Espina, Valladolid, Spain) and Navaleno (Soria, Spain).Diaz et al., 2003
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
FungiPleurotus OstreatusnaGC/MSNo
BacteriaDinoroseobacter Shibae Strain DFL-27n/an/a
BacteriaStaphylococcus Epidermidis 2P3-18n/an/a
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Rhizophila P69n/an/a
FungiTuber Aestivumn/an/a
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno


Hexanoic Acid

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Pentanecarboxylic acid
pentylformate
capronate
FUZZWVXGSFPDMH-UHFFFAOYSA-N
hexylate
Kyselina kapronova
Pentylformic acid
1-pentanecarboxylate
Butylacetic acid
Pentiformic acid
Capronic acid
HEXANOIC ACID
Caproic acid
Hexoic acid
Hexylic acid
1-Pentanecarboxylic acid
5-carboxypentyl
hexansäure
n-caproate
n-hexoate
n-hexylate
AC1Q2VOK
Hexanoic acid Caproic acid
Hexanoic acid, analytical standard
Nat.Hexanoic Acid
1-hexanoate
ACMC-1BTHO
n-Caproic acid
n-Hexanoic acid
n-Hexylic acid
n-Hexoic acid
1-Hexanoic acid
AC1L1RW7
Acid C6
Pentane-1-carboxylic acid
Kyselina kapronova [Czech]
methyl 5-pentanoic acid
SCHEMBL3867
ethyl 4-butanoic acid
KSC177A6N
M557
CHEMBL14184
Hexacid 698
Hexanoic acid (natural)
NSC8266
UN2829
1F8SN134MX
BDBM16433
C6:0
CTK0H7066
HMDB00535
WLN: QV5
hexanoic acid (caproic acid)
Hexanoic acid, >=99%
RP19238
5-Carboxypentyl-Sepharose® 4B N-succinimidyl ester
bmse000351
C01585
CCRIS 1347
CH3(CH2)4COOH
Hexanoic acid, 99%
HSDB 6813
UNII-1F8SN134MX
AN-1410
DTXSID7021607
LP071647
LP097943
LS-2796
NSC 8266
NSC-8266
SBB053586
(C6-C12)Alkylcarboxylic acid
CHEBI:30776
DSSTox_CID_1607
Fatty Acid 1210
ZINC1529230
ANW-20709
DSSTox_GSID_21607
HEXANOIC ACID (CAPROIC ACID)
TRA0069554
DSSTox_RID_76233
LMFA01010006
MFCD00004421
AI3-07701
NCIOpen2_005355
RTR-035704
ST51046281
TR-035704
(C5-C9) Monobasic acids
(C6-C12) Alkylcarboxylic acid
AKOS000119844
I04-1053
J-007673
BRN 0773837
FEMA No. 2559
FT-0659402
C6:0 (Lipid numbers)
CH3-[CH2]4-COOH
Z955123566
Tox21_201517
Tox21_300406
142-62-1
Hexanoic acid, natural, >=98%, FCC
8040-17-3
Hexanoic acid, >=98%, FCC, FG
MCULE-1671810139
NCGC00248020-01
NCGC00248020-02
NCGC00254504-01
NCGC00259067-01
CAS-142-62-1
EINECS 205-550-7
EINECS 267-013-3
EINECS 271-676-4
EINECS 274-509-3
51109-46-7
53896-26-7
68603-84-9
70248-25-8
Caproic acid [UN2829] [Corrosive]
Hexanoic acid, natural, >=98%, FCC, FG
MolPort-001-769-761
11034-EP2269610A2
11034-EP2270002A1
11034-EP2277848A1
11034-EP2284146A2
11034-EP2284147A2
11034-EP2289510A1
11034-EP2298313A1
11034-EP2316457A1
11034-EP2316458A1
11034-EP2316825A1
11034-EP2316826A1
11034-EP2316827A1
11034-EP2316828A1
16407-EP2275401A1
16407-EP2281563A1
16407-EP2284160A1
16407-EP2289890A1
16407-EP2305646A1
16407-EP2305687A1
16407-EP2311824A1
16407-EP2311842A2
16407-EP2316459A1
16407-EP2374787A1
16420-EP2275401A1
16420-EP2281563A1
16420-EP2289890A1
16420-EP2305646A1
16420-EP2311842A2
16420-EP2316459A1
Caproic acid [UN2829] [Corrosive]
Hexanoic acid, purum, >=98.0% (GC)
19455-00-6 (potassium salt)
10051-44-2 (sodium salt)
38708-95-1 (calcium salt)
4-02-00-00917 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
25401AB4-1ECB-481F-AC91-EAAFC9329BDD
16571-42-9 (manganese(2+) salt)
13476-79-4 (copper(2+) salt)
Carboxylic acids, C6-18 and C6-18-unsatd. mono- and C8-15-di-
InChI=1/C6H12O2/c1-2-3-4-5-6(7)8/h2-5H2,1H3,(H,7,8
IUPAC namehexanoic acid
SMILESCCCCCC(=O)O
InchiInChI=1S/C6H12O2/c1-2-3-4-5-6(7)8/h2-5H2,1H3,(H,7,8)
FormulaC6H12O2
PubChem ID8892
Molweight116.16
LogP1.81
Atoms20
Bonds19
H-bond Acceptor2
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationAcids carboxylic acids

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The pKa of hexanoic acid is 4.88(1), indicating that this compound will exist predominantly as an anion under environmental conditions. Volatilization will not occur from water and moist soils since anions do not volatilize(SRC). Hexanoic acid is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC), based upon an extrapolated vapor pressure of 0.0435 mm Hg at 25 deg C(2).
Literature: (1) Riddick, JA et al;. Techniques of Chemistry 4th ed Volume II. Organic Solvents. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, pp 372 (1985)(2) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical & Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals: Data Compilation, NY: Hemisphere Pub Corp (1989)
Soil Adsorption
Koc values of 26, 24 and 37 have been experimentally measured, for an acidic forest soil (pH 2.8, 4.85% organic carbon), agricultural soil (pH 6.7, 1.25% organic carbon), and a lake sediment (pH 7.1, 1.58% organic carbon), respectively(1). According to a classification scheme(2), these measured Koc values suggest that hexanoic acid is very highly mobile in soil(SRC). In addition, the pKa of hexanoic acid is 4.88(3), indicating that this compound will primarily exist as an anion in the environment, and anions generally possess high mobility in soil(4).
Literature: (1) Von Oepen B et al; Chemosphere 22: 285-304 (1991) (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 23 (1983) (3) Riddick, JA et al;. Techniques of Chemistry 4th ed Volume II. Organic Solvents. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, pp 372 (1985) (4) Doucette WJ; pp. 141-188 in Handbook of Property Estimation Methods for Chemicals. Boethling RS, Mackay D, eds. Boca Raton, FL: Lewis Publ (2000)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.0435 mm at 25 deg C (est)Daubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/aStotzky and Schenk, 1976
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaPeptococcus Nigerclinical exudatesJulak et al. 2003
BacteriaPeptostreptococcus Anaerobicusclinical exudatesJulak et al. 2003
BacteriaPeptostreptococcus Asaccharolyticusclinical exudatesJulak et al. 2003
BacteriaPeptostreptococcus Prevotiiclinical exudatesJulak et al. 2003
FungiCandida Albicansclinical exudatesJulak et al. 2003
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactobacillus Paracasei CIRM849naMajorero cheesePogačić et al., 2016
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/aTracey and Britz, 1989
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaClostridium Difficileoutbreak 2006 UKRees et al 2016
BacteriaPaenibacillus Sp. P4narhizosphere of Marram grass in sandy dune soils, NetherlandsGarbeva et al., 2014
BacteriaPedobacter Sp. V48narhizosphere of Marram grass in sandy dune soils, NetherlandsGarbeva et al., 2014
FungiGanoderma Lucidumnasaprophytic on deciduous treesZiegenbein et al., 2006
FungiSpongiporus Leucomallellusnasaprophytic mostly on wet, old pinesZiegenbein et al., 2006
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaClostridium Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaPeptococcus Nigerpeptone/casein hydrolysate, yeast extract, beef extract, glucoseGC-FID FSOT NUKOLyes
BacteriaPeptostreptococcus Anaerobicuspeptone/casein hydrolysate, yeast extract, beef extract, glucoseGC-FID FSOT NUKOLyes
BacteriaPeptostreptococcus Asaccharolyticuspeptone/casein hydrolysate, yeast extract, beef extract, glucoseGC-FID FSOT NUKOLyes
BacteriaPeptostreptococcus Prevotiipeptone/casein hydrolysate, yeast extract, beef extract, glucoseGC-FID FSOT NUKOLyes
FungiCandida Albicanspeptone/casein hydrolysate, yeast extract, beef extract, glucoseGC-FID FSOT NUKOLyes
BacteriaLactobacillus Casei NCIB 8010n/an/a
BacteriaLactobacillus Paracasei CIRM849curd-based broth mediumGC/MSYes
BacteriaLactobacillus Plantarum NCIB 6376n/an/a
BacteriaLactococcus Lactis DSM 20202n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Cremoris DSM 20346n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Dextranicum DSM 20484n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Mesenteroides DSM 20343n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos B66n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 19n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 30n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 36n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 37Dn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos 7Bn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20252n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20255n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos DSM 20257n/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Oenos Lc5xn/an/a
BacteriaLeuconostoc Paramesenteroides DSM 20288n/an/a
BacteriaPediococcus Damnosus DSM 20331n/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaClostridium Difficilebrain heart infusionGCxGC-TOF-MSyes
BacteriaPaenibacillus Sp. P4sand containing artificial root exudatesGC/MSNo
BacteriaPedobacter Sp. V48sand containing artificial root exudatesGC/MSNo
FungiGanoderma LucidumnaGC/MSNo
FungiSpongiporus LeucomallellusnaGC/MSNo


Tridecane

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Tridecane_GurudeebanSatyavani
IIYFAKIEWZDVMP-UHFFFAOYSA-N
tridecan
Tridekan
Tridecane
tridecyl group
N-TRIDECANE
TRD
Tridecane, analytical standard
AC1L1ZHL
AC1Q28TY
Dodecane, methyl-
KSC353S8D
U393
Tridecane, >=99%
TRIDECANE, N-
C13H28
CTK2F3981
A3LZF0L939
S0285
CHEMBL135694
ACMC-209t6w
NSC66205
UNII-A3LZF0L939
HSDB 5727
LTBB002872
C13834
DTXSID6027266
STL301147
UNII-114P5I43UJ component IIYFAKIEWZDVMP-UHFFFAOYSA-N
AK115985
LP067635
LP001425
ZINC1693738
CHEBI:35998
DSSTox_CID_7266
ANW-42102
CC-33178
Tridecane, 99.0%
DSSTox_GSID_27266
TRA0008560
TL8004327
SC-74775
NSC-66205
NSC 66205
AN-22061
LMFA11000001
DSSTox_RID_78377
C-28190
MFCD00008979
UNII-FW7807707B component IIYFAKIEWZDVMP-UHFFFAOYSA-N
RT-000404
ST24031950
LS-157141
DB-054344
AKOS016011009
FT-0082500
FT-0632663
I14-59696
Tox21_303043
629-50-5
NCGC00257175-01
MCULE-7749861366
CAS-629-50-5
CH3-[CH2]11-CH3
EINECS 211-093-4
MolPort-003-933-018
757DB156-6441-49B0-A824-1532074AC0F6
InChI=1/C13H28/c1-3-5-7-9-11-13-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-13H2,1-2H
IUPAC nametridecane
SMILESCCCCCCCCCCCCC
InchiInChI=1S/C13H28/c1-3-5-7-9-11-13-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-13H2,1-2H3
FormulaC13H28
PubChem ID12388
Molweight184.367
LogP6.24
Atoms41
Bonds40
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationAlkanes

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for n-tridecane is estimated as 1.94 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) derived from its vapor pressure, 0.0375 mm Hg(1), and water solubility, 0.0047 mg/L(2). This Henry's Law constant indicates that n-tridecane is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(3). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 4 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 5.4 days(SRC). However, volatilization from water surfaces is expected to be attenuated by adsorption to suspended solids and sediment in the water column. The estimated volatilization half-life from a model pond is 18 months if adsorption is considered(4). n-Tridecane's estimated Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). n-Tridecane is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces based upon its vapor pressure(SRC).
Literature: (1) Haynes WM, ed; CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. 95th ed., Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press LLC, p. 15-21 (2014) (2) Coates M et al; Environ Sci Technol 19: 628-32 (1985) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (4) US EPA; EXAMS II Computer Simulation (1987)
Soil Adsorption
Using a structure estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc of n-tridecane can be estimated to be 8800(SRC). According to a classification scheme(2), this estimated Koc value suggests that n-tridecane is expected to be immobile in soil. In a study conducted to mimic a spill of 1.27 L/sq-m, n-tridecane (present in JP-4 jet fuel) was transported to a depth of 10 cm; at the end of the study (134 days), it was no longer detected(3).
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.11. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of Nov 11, 2015: http://www2.epa.gov/tsca-screening-tools (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 23 (1983) (3) Ross WD et al; Environmental Fate and Biological Consequences of Chemicals Related to Air Force Activities. NTIS AD-A121 288/5. Dayton,OH: Monsanto Research Corp. pp. 173 (1982)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.0375 mm Hg at 25 deg CHaynes, W.M. (ed.). CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. 95th Edition. CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton: FL 2014-2015, p. 15-21
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaMyxobacterium Spp.n/aDickschat et al., 2004
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681n/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaPaenibacillus Sp. P4narhizosphere of Marram grass in sandy dune soils, NetherlandsGarbeva et al., 2014
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUnarhizosphere of a soybean field in the province of Rajasthan, IndiaVaishnav et al., 2016
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaMyxobacterium Spp.n/an/a
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa E681Tryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaPaenibacillus Sp. P4sand containing artificial root exudatesGC/MSNo
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUNutrient broth; King's B agarGC/MSNo


Pentadecane

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Pentadecane_Ramanathan &Gurudeeban
Pentadekan
Pentadecane
pentadecan
YCOZIPAWZNQLMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
pentadecyl group
Medicinal Plant
N-PENTADECANE
Pentadecane, analytical standard
MYS
AC1L1ZHU
ACMC-1AVXR
AC1Q2W1H
Pentadecane, >=99%
Pentadecane, n-
C15H32
V0208
S0287
CTK2F3650
P0606
UNII-J3N6X3YK96 component YCOZIPAWZNQLMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
UNII-CI87N1IM01 component YCOZIPAWZNQLMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
16H6K2S8M2
HSDB 5729
LTBB002322
C08388
LP082233
LP001445
DTXSID6027268
NSC172781
STL280516
CHEMBL1234557
UNII-114P5I43UJ component YCOZIPAWZNQLMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
DSSTox_CID_7268
CHEBI:28897
UNII-16H6K2S8M2
ZINC1531089
SC-73247
TL8004333
TRA0009260
DSSTox_GSID_27268
ANW-34476
AN-22063
MFCD00008990
UNII-FW7807707B component YCOZIPAWZNQLMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
DSSTox_RID_78379
ghl.PD_Mitscher_leg0.43
LMFA11000006
NSC 172781
CH3(CH2)13CH3
TR-021671
RTR-021671
LS-101397
NSC-172781
AKOS015902386
BRN 1698194
FT-0637675
I14-19380
Tox21_300535
629-62-9
I14-100418
NCGC00164185-01
NCGC00164185-02
NCGC00254392-01
Pentadecane, >=98.0% (GC)
MCULE-1292711626
EINECS 211-098-1
CH3-[CH2]13-CH3
CAS-629-62-9
MolPort-003-933-014
4-01-00-00529 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
896D4B7E-BF33-4D54-82CE-7360D88E8DC8
IUPAC namepentadecane
SMILESCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
InchiInChI=1S/C15H32/c1-3-5-7-9-11-13-15-14-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-15H2,1-2H3
FormulaC15H32
PubChem ID12391
Molweight212.421
LogP7.13
Atoms47
Bonds46
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationAlkanes

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for n-pentadecane is estimated as 34.4 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) derived from its vapor pressure, 0.00492 mm Hg(1), and water solubility, 4X10-5 mg/L(2). This Henry's Law constant indicates that n-pentadecane is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(3). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 4 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 5.8 days(SRC). However, volatilization from water surfaces is expected to be attenuated by adsorption to suspended solids and sediment in the water column. The estimated volatilization half-life from a model pond is 30 months if adsorption is considered(4). n-Pentadecane's estimated Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). n-Pentadecane is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces based upon its vapor pressure(SRC).
Literature: (1) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Dhemicals: Data Compilation. Design Institute for Physical Property Data, American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis, (1994) (2) Yalkowsky SH et al; Handbook of Aqueous Solubility Data. 2nd ed., Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, p. 1081 (2010) (3) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (4) US EPA; EXAMS II Computer Simulation (1987)
Solubility
In water, 4.0X10-5 mg/L at 25 deg C
Literature: Yalkowsky, S.H., He, Yan, Jain, P. Handbook of Aqueous Solubility Data Second Edition. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL 2010, p. 806
Literature: #Very soluble in ethyl ether, ethanol
Literature: Haynes, W.M. (ed.). CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. 95th Edition. CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton: FL 2014-2015, p. 3-436
Soil Adsorption
Using a structure estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc of n-pentadecane can be estimated to be 29,200(SRC). According to a classification scheme(2), this estimated Koc value suggests that n-pentadecane is expected to be immobile in soil. In a study conducted to mimic a spill of 1.27 L/sq-m, n-pentadecane (present in JP-4 jet fuel) was transported to a depth of 50 cm; at the end of the study (134 days), it was still detected(3).
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.11. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of Nov 11, 2015: http://www2.epa.gov/tsca-screening-tools (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 23 (1983) (3) Ross WD et al; Environmental Fate and Biological Consequences of Chemicals Related to Air Force Activities. NTIS AD-A121 288/5. Dayton,OH: Monsanto Research Corp. pp. 173 (1982)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
4.92X10-3 mm Hg at 25 deg CDaubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Dhemicals: Data Compilation. Design Institute for Physical Property Data, American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Washington, DC: Taylor & Francis (1994)
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBurkholderia Sacchari LMG 19450n/aBlom et al., 2011
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaPseudomonas Aurantiacan/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Brassicacearum USB2104narhizosphere of bean plants, southern ItalyGiorgio et al., 2015
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Corrugaten/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescensn/aFernando et al., 2005
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida USB2105narhizosphere of bean plants, southern ItalyGiorgio et al., 2015
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUnarhizosphere of a soybean field in the province of Rajasthan, IndiaVaishnav et al., 2016
BacteriaSerratia Entomophilia A1MO2n/aBlom et al., 2011
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tan/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVn/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV 357n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8n/aBusko et al., 2014
FungiTrichoderma Harzianum T-E5 CCTCC AF2012011n/aZhang et al., 2014
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBurkholderia Sacchari LMG 19450LB, MSHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaPseudomonas Aurantiacan/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Brassicacearum USB2104King's B AgarSPME-GC/MSNo
BacteriaPseudomonas Chlororaphisn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Corrugaten/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Fluorescensn/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Putida USB2105King's B AgarSPME-GC/MSNo
BacteriaPseudomonas Simiae AUNutrient broth; King's B agarGC/MSNo
BacteriaSerratia Entomophilia A1MO2n/aHeadspace air was trapped in glass Gerstel TDS tubes and analysed by gas chromatography with mass selective detection (GC-MSD)
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDONyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON 1001tayeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON ZFR 29yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_4yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 15AcDON_9yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1002tyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 11791yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 1509yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON 8046yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL38369yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON NRRL6394yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 15yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 37yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum 3AcDON ZFR 51yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIVyeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV 357yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 119yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 23yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV ZFR 48yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_5yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_6yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_7yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiFusarium Graminearum NIV_8yeast extract sucrose agarSPME/GC-MS
FungiTrichoderma Harzianum T-E5 CCTCC AF2012011Minimal mediaSPME/GC-MS


2-(4-methylcyclohex-3-en-1-yl)propan-2-ol

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Monocyclic terpenealcohols
CARVOMENTHENOL
Terpineol schlechthin
TERPINEOLS
Terpenol
Terpineol
WUOACPNHFRMFPN-UHFFFAOYSA-N
alpha-Terpinenol
alpha-TERPINEOL
Terpene alcohol
Terpineol Normal
alpha-Terpineol, primary pharmaceutical reference standard
TERPINEOL OR
alpha-Terpineol, AldrichCPR
alpha-Terpineol, analytical standard
dl-alpha-Terpineol
TERPINEOL, ALPHA
DL a-terpineol
Terpineol, mixed isomers
1-alpha-terpineol
Mixture of p-methenols
Terpineol (natural)
.alpha.-Terpineol
Alpha-Terpineol, Mixture of Isomers
Terpilenol, alpha-
AC1L29B5
alpha-Terpineol (natural)
KSC486Q4B
Terpineol 350
SCHEMBL28466
CTK3I6840
V0385
CHEMBL449810
NSC21449
PC 593
C16772
CCRIS 3204
HSDB 5316
1-.alpha.-Terpineol
1-Menthene-8-ol
AK122298
DTXSID5026625
FEMA Number 3045
LS-3106
NSC403665
OR034447
OR126371
OR342936
OR343294
SBB061191
4-Trimethyl-3-cyclohexene-1-methanol
CHEBI:22469
DSSTox_CID_6625
AN-18294
AN-19422
AN-24486
DSSTox_GSID_26625
DSSTox_GSID_40775
NSC 21449
NSC-21449
SC-46794
alpha-Terpineol, 90%, technical grade
Caswell No. 823
DSSTox_RID_78167
DSSTox_RID_79596
MFCD00001557
MFCD00166983
1-p-Menthen-8-ol
AI3-00275
alpha,alpha,4-Trimethyl-3-cyclohexene-1-methanol
KB-223071
LS-148797
NSC-403665
ST24039469
ST50824481
TR-030336
AKOS015840815
EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 067005
J-500272
Menth-1-en-8-ol
W-100076
BRN 1906604
FEMA No. 3045
FT-0622202
FT-0698995
98-55-5
I14-51686
d-1-p-Menthen-8-ol
p-Menth-1-en-8-ol
Tox21_112118
Tox21_200112
Tox21_302298
(+)-.alpha.-Terpineol
CAS-98-55-5
1-Methyl-4-isopropyl-1-cyclohexene-8-ol
2438-12-2
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol,.alpha.4-trimethyl-
8000-41-7
8031-32-1
MCULE-9798755896
NCGC00164431-01
NCGC00248528-01
NCGC00255464-01
NCGC00257666-01
1-Methyl-4-isopropyl-1-cyclohexen-8-ol
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, alpha,alpha,4-trimethyl-
EINECS 202-680-6
EINECS 219-448-5
EINECS 232-268-1
p-Menth- 1-en-8-ol
11103-96-1
22347-88-2
37195-01-0
CAS-8000-41-7
SR-01000944873
2-(4-Methyl-3-cyclohexenyl)-2-propanol
2-(4-methylcyclohex-3-enyl)propan-2-ol
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, ?,?,4-trimethyl-
MolPort-002-042-108
(1)-alpha,alpha,4-Trimethylcyclohex-3-ene-1-methanol
SR-01000944873-1
68540-43-2 (hydrochloride salt)
(1R)-a,a,4-trimethyl-3-cyclohexene-1-methanol
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.4-trimethyl-
2-(4-methylcyclohex-3-en-1-yl)propan-2-ol
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.,4-trimethyl-
2-(4-methyl-1-cyclohex-3-enyl)-propan-2-ol
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, ?,?,4-trimethyl-, (R)-
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, ?,?,4-trimethyl-, (S)-
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.,4-trimethyl-, (S)-
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.,4-trimethyl-, (1R)-
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.,4-trimethyl-, (1S)-
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.,4-trimethyl-, sodium salt, (1S)-
3-Cyclohexene-1-methanol, .alpha.,.alpha.,4-trimethyl-, sodium salt (1:1), (1S)-
IUPAC name2-(4-methylcyclohex-3-en-1-yl)propan-2-ol
SMILESCC1=CCC(CC1)C(C)(C)O
InchiInChI=1S/C10H18O/c1-8-4-6-9(7-5-8)10(2,3)11/h4,9,11H,5-7H2,1-3H3
FormulaC10H18O
PubChem ID17100
Molweight154.253
LogP2.17
Atoms29
Bonds29
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor1
Chemical ClassificationAlcohols terpenes

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for alpha-terpineol is reported as 2.23X10-6 atm-cu m/mole(1). This Henry's Law constant indicates that alpha-terpineol is expected to volatilize from water surfaces(2). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 20 days(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(2) is estimated as 150 days(SRC). alpha-Terpineol's Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). alpha-Terpineol is not expected to volatilize from dry soil surfaces(SRC) based upon a vapor pressure of 0.0423 mm Hg at 24 deg C(3).
Literature: (1) Copolovici LO, Niinemets U; Chemosphere 61: 1390-400 (2005) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (3) Li J, Perdue, EM; Preprints of Papers Presented at the 209th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, April 2-7, 1995, 35: 134-7 (1995)
Solubility
1:8 OR MORE IN 50% ALCOHOL; SOL IN PROPYLENE GLYCOL
Literature: Fenaroli's Handbook of Flavor Ingredients. Volume 2. Edited, translated, and revised by T.E. Furia and N. Bellanca. 2nd ed. Cleveland: The Chemical Rubber Co., 1975., p. 522
Literature: #Very soluble in benzene, acetone
Literature: Lide, D.R. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics 88TH Edition 2007-2008. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis, Boca Raton, FL 2007, p. 3-468
Literature: #Very soluble in alcohol, ether
Literature: Lewis, R.J. Sr. (ed) Sax's Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials. 12th Edition. Wiley-Interscience, Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, NJ. 2012., p. 4151
Literature: #In water, 7100 mg/L at 25 deg C
Literature: Li J, Perdue EM; Preprints of Papers Presented at the 209th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, April 2-7, 1995, 35: 134-7 (1995)
Soil Adsorption
Using a structure estimation method based on molecular connectivity indices(1), the Koc of alpha-terpineol can be estimated to be 80(SRC). According to a classification scheme(2), this estimated Koc value suggests that alpha-terpineol is expected to have high mobility in soil.
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of June 29, 2015: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
0.0423 mm Hg at 24 deg CLi J, Perdue EM; Preprints of Papers Presented at the 209th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, April 2-7, 1995, 35: 134-7 (1995)

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
FungiHypoxylon Antochroum Blacinaendophytic in Bursera lancifoliaUlloa-Benítez et al., 2016
FungiPiptoporus BetulinusnaSachsenwald near HamburgRösecke et al., 2000
BacteriaCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group Strain ARK 10063n/aDickschat et al., 2005_3
BacteriaCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group Strain ARK 10267n/aDickschat et al., 2005_3
BacteriaPseudomonas Fragi 25Pn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/aErcolini et al., 2009
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca DW4/3-1n/aDickschat et al., 2005_5
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca Sg A15n/aDickschat et al., 2005_5
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
FungiAntrodia Cinnamomea ATCC 200183nanaLu et al., 2014
FungiGanoderma Lucidumnasaprophytic on deciduous treesZiegenbein et al., 2006
FungiSpongiporus Leucomallellusnasaprophytic mostly on wet, old pinesZiegenbein et al., 2006
BacteriaBacillus SimplexReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus SubtilisReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
BacteriaBacillus WeihenstephanensisReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
BacteriaMicrobacterium OxydansReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
BacteriaSerratia MarcescensReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
BacteriaStenotrophomonas MaltophiliaReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
BacteriaStreptomyces LateritiusReduction of movement or death of Panagrelleus redivivus and Bursaphelenchus xylophilus.Gu et al., 2007
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
FungiHypoxylon Antochroum BlaciPDA/WA + 500 mg l^-1 ChloramphenicolSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiPiptoporus BetulinusnaGC/MSNo
BacteriaCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group Strain ARK 10063n/an/a
BacteriaCytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides Group Strain ARK 10267n/an/a
BacteriaPseudomonas Fragi 25Pn/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/an/a
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca DW4/3-1n/an/a
BacteriaStigmatella Aurantiaca Sg A15n/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
FungiAntrodia Cinnamomea ATCC 200183PDAGC/MSYes
FungiGanoderma LucidumnaGC/MSNo
FungiSpongiporus LeucomallellusnaGC/MSNo
BacteriaBacillus Simplexn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Subtilisn/an/a
BacteriaBacillus Weihenstephanensisn/an/a
BacteriaMicrobacterium Oxydansn/an/a
BacteriaSerratia Marcescensn/an/a
BacteriaStenotrophomonas Maltophilian/an/a
BacteriaStreptomyces Lateritiusn/an/a


3-methylbutyl Acetate

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Isoamylazetat
acetate d'isopentyle
Isoamylester kyseliny octove
Isopentyl ethanoate
acetate d'isoamyle
Isoamyl ethanoate
Isopentyl acetate
MLFHJEHSLIIPHL-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Amylacetic ester
beta-Methylbutyl acetate
ISOAMYL ACETATE
Isopentyl Alcohol Acetate
Bananan Oil
Isopentyl acetate, analytical standard
pear essence
2-Methylbutyl ethanoate
3-Methylbutyl ethanoate
Amyl acetate ester
Banana oil
Isopentyl ester acetic acid
3-Methylbutyl acetate
AC1L1LAP
Acetic Acid Isoamyl Ester
beta-Methyl butyl acetate
Iso-amyl acetate
Isoamyl acetate
Isopentyl alcohol, acetate
Pear oil
ACMC-1BTOS
I-Amyl acetate
Iso Amyl Acetate Natural
acetate de 3-methylbutyle
Acetic acid, isopentyl ester
Amyl acetate, common
Nat. Isoamyl Acetate
Acetic acid 3-methylbutyl ester
Acetic acid, isoamyl ester
Isoamylester kyseliny octove [Czech]
Isoamyl acetate (natural)
KSC176A6P
7794AF
CHEMBL42013
NSC9260
SCHEMBL27086
3-Methylbutyl ester of acetic acid
A0033
A0264
CTK0H6067
QSPL 103
.beta.-Methyl butyl acetate
3-Methyl butyl ester acetic acid
acetic acid 3-methyl butyl ester
Acetic Acid 3-Methyl-Butyl Ester
Acetic acid, 3-methylbutyl ester
LS-687
RL01089
3-Methyl-1-butanol acetate
3-Methyl-1-butanyl acetate
C12296
CCRIS 6051
HMS2270G21
HSDB 1818
Isopentyl acetate, anhydrous, >=99%
Jargonelle pear essence (Salt/Mix)
ZINC388082
3-Methyl-1-butyl acetate
DTXSID9025453
FEMA Number 2055
Jsp001596
NSC 9260
NSC-9260
OR033982
SBB040873
STL280371
ZB011273
A805166
CHEBI:31725
DSSTox_CID_5453
AN-22930
ANW-18175
CJ-03104
DSSTox_GSID_25453
FCH1113855
KB-52710
SC-22806
TRA0038611
3-Methyl-1-butanol, acetate
DSSTox_RID_77792
Isopentyl acetate, LR, >=95%
Isopentyl acetate, reagent grade, 98%
MFCD00008946
ZINC00388082
3-methyl-but-1-yl acetate
AI3-00576
RTR-003728
ST50214469
TR-003728
AKOS000269068
I14-2590
J-004996
BRN 1744750
FEMA No. 2055
FT-0621746
MLS002454411
SMR001253743
Z135787824
Tox21_201257
Tox21_300373
123-92-2
UNII-Z135787824
Isoamyl acetate, >=95%, FCC, FG
Isopentyl acetate, SAJ special grade, >=98.0%
WLN: 1Y1 & 2OV1
1-Butanol, 3-methyl-, acetate
Isopentyl acetate, SAJ first grade, >=93.0%
MCULE-3274854886
NCGC00091500-01
NCGC00091500-02
NCGC00091500-03
NCGC00254385-01
NCGC00258809-01
CAS-123-92-2
EINECS 204-662-3
29732-50-1
Isoamyl acetate, natural, >=97%, FCC, FG
Isoamyl acetate, natural, 70% isoamyl acetate basis, >=97%
MolPort-000-872-035
1-Butanol, 3-methyl-, 1-acetate
CH3C(O)O(CH2)2CH(CH3)2
In Commercial practice amyl invariably means isoamyl, unless it is prefaced by the n- for normal
Isopentyl acetate, 99%, cont. ca 10% other isomers
189067-EP2269986A1
4-02-00-00157 (Beilstein Handbook Reference)
IUPAC name3-methylbutyl acetate
SMILESCC(C)CCOC(=O)C
InchiInChI=1S/C7H14O2/c1-6(2)4-5-9-7(3)8/h6H,4-5H2,1-3H3
FormulaC7H14O2
PubChem ID31276
Molweight130.187
LogP1.53
Atoms23
Bonds22
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor0
Chemical ClassificationEsters

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for isoamyl acetate is 5.87x10-4 atm-cu m/mole. This Henry's Law constant indicates that isoamyl acetate is expected to volatilize from water surfaces(2). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 2 hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(3) is estimated as 5 days(SRC). Isoamyl acetate's Henry's Law constant indicates that volatilization from moist soil surfaces may occur(SRC). The potential for volatilization of isoamyl acetate from dry soil surfaces may exist(SRC) based upon a vapor pressure of 5.6 mm Hg(4).
Literature: (1) Hine J, Mookerjee PK; J Org Chem 40: 292-298 (1975) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (3) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of June 23, 2015: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm (4) Daubert TE, Danner RP; Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, DC: Taylor and Francis (1995)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of isoamyl acetate is estimated as 130(SRC), using a log Kow of 2.25(1) and a regression-derived equation(2). According to a classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that isoamyl is expected to have high mobility in soil.
Literature: (1) Daylight; Daylight Chemical Information Systems, ClogP on-line. Available from, as of Jun 24, 2015: http://www.daylight.com/ (2) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of June 23, 2015: http://www.epa.gov/oppt/exposure/pubs/episuitedl.htm (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
5.6 mm Hg at 25 deg C /from experimentally derived coefficients/Daubert, T.E., R.P. Danner. Physical and Thermodynamic Properties of Pure Chemicals Data Compilation. Washington, D.C.: Taylor and Francis, 1989.
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
FungiMuscodor Crispansn/aMitchell et al., 2010
FungiMuscodor Albus CZ-620n/aCorcuff et al., 2011
BacteriaEscherichia Colin/aTait et al., 2014
BacteriaKlebsiella Pneumoniaen/aTait et al., 2014
BacteriaStaphylococcus Aureusn/aTait et al., 2014
FungiXylaria Sp.naHaematoxylon brasiletto, Morelos, MexicoSánchez-Ortiz et al., 2016
BacteriaCitrobacter Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.n/aSchulz and Dickschat, 2007
BacteriaXanthomonas Campestris Pv. Vesicatoria 85-10n/aWeise et al., 2012
FungiPenicillium Commune Pittnain dry-cured meat products, cheeseSunesson et al., 1995
FungiHansenula Holstiiwhole beetles, beetle guts, loblolly pineBrand et al. 1977
FungiTuber BorchiiT. melanosporum, T. borchii were collected from northern Italy (Piedmont) and T. indicum from Yunnan and Sichuan Provinces (China). Splivallo et al., 2007b
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937an/aLee et al., 2012
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa Sb3-1collection TU GrazRybakova et al. 2017
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/aErcolini et al., 2009
FungiTrichoderma Atroviridenawater damaged buildings, BelgiumPolizzi et al., 2012
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
FungiMuscodor Crispanspotato dextrose agarSPME-GC-MS
FungiMuscodor Albus CZ-620n/aHeadspace sampler/GC-MS
BacteriaEscherichia ColiBHI Broth/ TS Broth/Glucose EF base brothGC-MS /Polar and non-polar GC Column
BacteriaKlebsiella PneumoniaeBHI Broth/ TS Broth/Glucose EF base brothGC-MS /Polar and non-polar GC Column
BacteriaStaphylococcus AureusBHI Broth/ TS Broth/Glucose EF base brothGC-MS /Polar and non-polar GC Column
FungiXylaria Sp.PDA mediumSPME-GC/MSYes
BacteriaCitrobacter Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaKlebsiella Sp.n/an/a
BacteriaXanthomonas Campestris Pv. Vesicatoria 85-10NBIIClosed airflow-system/GC-MS and PTR-MS
FungiPenicillium Commune PittDG18,MEAGC/MS
FungiHansenula HolstiiPYGGC-MSno
FungiTuber BorchiiYes
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Amyloliquefaciens IN937aTryptic soy agarSPME coupled with GC-MS
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa Sb3-1GC-MS / SPMEno
BacteriaSerratia Proteamaculans 42Mn/an/a
FungiTrichoderma Atroviridemalt extract agar; potato dextrose agar; water agar; yeast extract agar; Czapek agarSPME-GC/MSNo


2-methylpentanal

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
Methylpentaldehyde
alpha-Methylvaleraldehyde
alpha-Methylpentanal
alpha-Methylpentenal
Methyl valeraldehyde
FTZILAQGHINQQR-UHFFFAOYSA-N
FTZILAQGHINQQR-UHFFFAOYSA-
2-METHYLPENTALDEHYDE
2-Methylvaleraldehyde
2-Methylpentanal
2-Methylvaleraldehyde, Redistilled
2-Formylpentane
2-Methylpental
2-Methylvaleric aldehyde
2-METHYL VALERALDEHYDE
AC1Q2UJK
.alpha.-Methylpentanal
.alpha.-Methylpentenal
2-methyl-pentanal
2-methyl pentanal
2-Methyl-n-valeraldehyde
.alpha.-Methyl valeraldehyde
Pentanal, methyl-
KSC174O5H
AC1L1L84
I923
UN2367
SCHEMBL43746
M0596
CTK0H4753
Valeraldehyde, 2-methyl-
RL01060
RP18711
NSC49351
2-methylpentan-1-al
ACMC-209ao8
2-Methylpentanal, >=97%
LTBB002901
HSDB 1129
UN 2367
2-Methylpentanal, 98%
OR019841
Pentanal, 2-methyl-
FEMA Number 3413
LP091559
DTXSID9021978
CHEMBL2270061
CHEBI:89986
DSSTox_CID_1978
n-C3H7CH(CH3)CHO
NSC 49351
NSC-49351
KB-25146
DSSTox_GSID_21978
SC-47138
ANW-18102
AN-22904
MFCD00006986
RTR-003663
LS-101467
DB-041709
TR-003663
AI3-25464
W-108416
I14-7786
AKOS000121097
FT-0645766
FEMA No. 3413
Tox21_303754
123-15-9
F2190-0605
alpha-Methylvaleraldehyde [UN2367] [Flammable liquid]
MCULE-9756444218
Valeraldehyde, 2-methyl- (8CI)
NCGC00356941-01
CAS-123-15-9
EINECS 204-605-2
alpha-Methylvaleraldehyde [UN2367] [Flammable liquid]
73513-30-1
69685-10-5
MolPort-001-783-401
InChI=1/C6H12O/c1-3-4-6(2)5-7/h5-6H,3-4H2,1-2H3
IUPAC name2-methylpentanal
SMILESCCCC(C)C=O
InchiInChI=1S/C6H12O/c1-3-4-6(2)5-7/h5-6H,3-4H2,1-2H3
FormulaC6H12O
PubChem ID31245
Molweight100.161
LogP1.75
Atoms19
Bonds18
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor0
Chemical Classificationaldehydes

mVOC Specific Details

Boiling Point
DegreeReference
117 deg CLide, D.R. (ed.). CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics. 75th ed. Boca Raton, Fl: CRC Press Inc., 1994-1995., p. 3-239
Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for 2-methylpentaldehyde is estimated as 3.7X10-4 atm-cu m/mole(SRC) using a fragment constant estimation method(1). This value indicates that 2-methylpentaldehyde will volatilize from water surfaces(2,SRC). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec) is estimated as approximately 5.3 hours(2,SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec) is estimated as approximately 4.7 days(2,SRC). 2-Methylpentaldehyde's vapor pressure, 17.9 mm Hg(3,SRC) and Henry's Law constant(1,SRC) indicate that volatilization from dry and moist soil may occur(SRC).
Literature: (1) Meylan WM, Howard PH; Environ Toxicol Chem 10: 1283-93 (1991) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (3) Lyman WJ; p 31 in Environmental Exposure From Chemicals Vol I, Neely WB, Blau GE(eds), Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press (1985)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of 2-methylpentaldehyde is estimated as approximately 44(SRC), using an experimental water solubility of 4200 mg/L at 25 deg C(1) and a regression-derived equation(2,SRC). According to a recommended classification scheme(3), this estimated Koc value suggests that 2-methylpentaldehyde has very high mobility in soil(SRC).
Literature: (1) Lewis RJ Sr; Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary 12th ed NY,NY: Van Nostrand Rheinhold Co pg. 776 (1993) (2) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 4-9 (1990) (3) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 23 (1983)
MS-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
FungiTuber AestivumnaTarsul (as normal forest); Daix (man made orchard)Molinier et al., 2015
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/aSplivallo et al., 2007
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
FungiTuber AestivumnaSPME-GC/MSNo
FungiTuber Melanosporumn/an/a


Decan-2-ol

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
ACUZDYFTRHEKOS-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Methyl-n-octylcarbinol
2-Hydroxydecane
Methyl-n-octyl carbinol
ACMC-1BOVC
2-DECANOL
Decanol-2
2-Decyl Alcohol
AC1L23FT
Decan-2-ol
CHEMBL46477
5773AF
CTK0H5869
SCHEMBL161083
NSC67349
LP002560
ANW-16366
CC-10372
NSC-67349
NSC 67349
C-33917
MFCD00004594
2-Decanol, 98%
AI3-11545
RT-000261
J-002686
AKOS009031496
FT-0612134
I14-53252
NCGC00166009-01
1120-06-5
EINECS 214-296-6
IUPAC namedecan-2-ol
SMILESCCCCCCCCC(C)O
InchiInChI=1S/C10H22O/c1-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10(2)11/h10-11H,3-9H2,1-2H3
FormulaC10H22O
PubChem ID14254
Molweight158.285
LogP3.44
Atoms33
Bonds32
H-bond Acceptor1
H-bond Donor1
Chemical Classificationalcohols

mVOC Specific Details


Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa Sb3-1collection TU GrazRybakova et al. 2017
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaPaenibacillus Polymyxa Sb3-1GC-MS / SPMEno


4-methylhex-1-ene

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
SUWJESCICIOQHO-UHFFFAOYSA-N
AC1L2EFM
ACMC-1CT0M
M0302
CTK1C2537
NSC73926
4-Methylhex-1-ene
4-METHYL-1-HEXENE
OR035612
C2H5CH(CH3)CH2CH=CH2
ANW-28713
KB-39761
NSC-73926
MFCD00039930
TC-117458
AKOS025295245
FT-0692549
I14-60527
1-Hexene, 4-methyl-
3769-23-1
EINECS 223-202-2
4-Methyl-1-hexene, >=98.0% (GC)
InChI=1/C7H14/c1-4-6-7(3)5-2/h4,7H,1,5-6H2,2-3H
IUPAC name4-methylhex-1-ene
SMILESCCC(C)CC=C
InchiInChI=1S/C7H14/c1-4-6-7(3)5-2/h4,7H,1,5-6H2,2-3H3
FormulaC7H14
PubChem ID19589
Molweight98.189
LogP3.11
Atoms21
Bonds20
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical Classificationalkenes

mVOC Specific Details


Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus ES4TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno


Octadecane

Mass-Spectra

Compound Details

Synonymous names
OCTADECANE
Octadecan
Oktadekan
RZJRJXONCZWCBN-UHFFFAOYSA-N
Octadecane, analytical standard
stearyl group
n-Octadecane
ACMC-1ASVK
AC1L1XS9
N102P6HAIU
KSC273C7B
UNII-N102P6HAIU
NSC4201
Octadecane, 99%
Octadecane, n-
6494AF
C18H38
S0290
CTK1H3170
O0003
CCRIS 681
UNII-CI87N1IM01 component RZJRJXONCZWCBN-UHFFFAOYSA-N
UNII-J3N6X3YK96 component RZJRJXONCZWCBN-UHFFFAOYSA-N
HSDB 8348
n-OCTADECANE, 97%
LP085908
NSC 4201
NSC-4201
LP007710
SBB061159
DTXSID9047172
CHEBI:32926
SC-81162
AN-21552
ANW-42117
TRA0008902
KB-79522
ZINC59592152
MFCD00009007
LMFA11000581
RTR-020597
AI3-06523
ST51047213
TR-020597
UNII-33822S0M40 component RZJRJXONCZWCBN-UHFFFAOYSA-N
AKOS015903064
I14-19275
593-45-3
MCULE-2392852814
n-Octadecane, technical, 90% 1kg
EINECS 209-790-3
CH3-[CH2]16-CH3
EC 209-790-3
MolPort-002-485-390
Octadecane, purum, >=97.0% (GC)
379E5588-B955-4C35-88E0-21E7DF38DE0E
InChI=1/C18H38/c1-3-5-7-9-11-13-15-17-18-16-14-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-18H2,1-2H
IUPAC nameoctadecane
SMILESCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC
InchiInChI=1S/C18H38/c1-3-5-7-9-11-13-15-17-18-16-14-12-10-8-6-4-2/h3-18H2,1-2H3
FormulaC18H38
PubChem ID11635
Molweight254.502
LogP8.47
Atoms56
Bonds55
H-bond Acceptor0
H-bond Donor0
Chemical Classificationalkane alkanes

mVOC Specific Details

Volatilization
The Henry's Law constant for octadecane is estimated as 1.9X10-2 atm-cu m/mole(1) from its vapor pressure, 3.41X10-4 mm Hg(2), and water solubility, 6.0X10-3 mg/L(3). This Henry's Law constant indicates that octadecane is expected to volatilize rapidly from water surfaces(4). Based on this Henry's Law constant, the volatilization half-life from a model river (1 m deep, flowing 1 m/sec, wind velocity of 3 m/sec)(1) is estimated as 1.7 hours hours(SRC). The volatilization half-life from a model lake (1 m deep, flowing 0.05 m/sec, wind velocity of 0.5 m/sec)(1) is estimated as 6.3 days(SRC). However, adsorption to suspended solids and sediment is expected to attenuate volatilization(SRC). The estimated volatilization half-life from a model pond is greater than 2 years if adsorption is considered(5). Octadecane has a vapor pressure of 3.41X10-4 mm Hg and exists as a liquid under environmental conditions; therefore, octadecane may volatilize from dry soil.
Literature: (1) US EPA; Estimation Program Interface (EPI) Suite. Ver. 4.1. Nov, 2012. Available from, as of Nov 9, 2016: http://www2.epa.gov/tsca-screening-tools (2) Jensen TS; PhD Thesis: Petroleum hydrocarbons: compositional changes during biodegradation and transport in unsaturated soil. Roskilde, Denmark: Ministry of the Environment and Energy, National Environmental Research (1994) (3) Yalkowsky SH, et al; Handbook of Aqueous Solubility Data. 2nd ed., Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press p. 1184 (2010) (4) Lyman WJ et al; Handbook of Chemical Property Estimation Methods. Washington, DC: Amer Chem Soc pp. 15-1 to 15-29 (1990) (5) US EPA; EXAMS II Computer Simulation (1987)
Soil Adsorption
The Koc of octadecane is 2.2X10+7(1). According to a classification scheme(2), this Koc value suggests that octadecane is expected to be immobile in soil.
Literature: (1) Jensen TS; PhD Thesis: Petroleum hydrocarbons: compositional changes during biodegradation and transport in unsaturated soil. Roskilde, Denmark: Ministry of the Environment and Energy, National Environmental Research (1994) (2) Swann RL et al; Res Rev 85: 17-28 (1983)
Vapor Pressure
PressureReference
3.41X10-4 mm Hg at 25 deg CPerry RH, Green D; Perry's Chemical Handbook. Physical and Chemical Data. 6th ed., New York, NY: McGraw Hill (1984)
MS-Links
1D-NMR-Links

Microorganisms emitting the compound
KingdomSpeciesBiological FunctionOrigin/HabitatReference
BacteriaStreptococcus Mutans DSM 20523 as a biomarker for a breath test for detection of cariesHertel et al., 2015
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense Cdpromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana Shihculture collection DSMZ 1843Amavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus E44promotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5apromotion of performance of Chlorella sorokiniana ShihAmavizca et al. 2017
BacteriaPseudomonas Brassicacearum USB2104narhizosphere of bean plants, southern ItalyGiorgio et al., 2015
Method
KingdomSpeciesGrowth MediumApplied MethodVerification
BacteriaStreptococcus Mutans DSM 20523Brain-Heart-Infusion agarTenaxâ„¢-trap/GC-MS
BacteriaAzospirillum Brasilense CdTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaBacillus Pumilus E44TSASPME-GCno
BacteriaEscherichia Coli DH5aTSASPME-GCno
BacteriaPseudomonas Brassicacearum USB2104King's B AgarSPME-GC/MSNo