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Species with data from:

Thomas, A.F.; Bassols, F., Occurrence of pyridines and other bases in orange oil, J. Agric. Food Chem., 1992, 40, 11, 2236-2243, https://doi.org/10.1021/jf00023a037 .

25 matching species were found.

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  1. Methyl anthranilate (C8H9NO2)
    C8H9NO2
  2. Benzenamine, N,N-dimethyl- (C8H11N)
    C8H11N
  3. Pyridine, 3-ethyl- (C7H9N)
    C7H9N
  4. Aniline, N-methyl- (C7H9N)
    C7H9N
  5. Benzoic acid, 2-(methylamino)-, methyl ester (C9H11NO2)
    C9H11NO2
  6. Pyridine, 2-pentyl- (C10H15N)
    C10H15N
  7. Pyridine, 3-phenyl- (C11H9N)
    C11H9N
  8. Benzenamine, N,N,3-trimethyl- (C9H13N)
    C9H13N
  9. Pyridine, 4-phenyl- (C11H9N)
    C11H9N
  10. Pyridine, 3-butyl- (C9H13N)
    C9H13N
  11. Ethyl nicotinate (C8H9NO2)
    C8H9NO2
  12. Pyridine, 3-propyl- (C8H11N)
    C8H11N
  13. Pyridine, 2-phenyl- (C11H9N)
    C11H9N
  14. Pyridine, 2-methyl-5-phenyl- (C12H11N)
    C12H11N
  15. 5-Acetyl-2-methylpyridine (C8H9NO)
    C8H9NO
  16. Pyridine, 3-(1-butenyl), E (C9H11N)
    C9H11N
  17. Benzenemethanol, 2-(methylamino)- (C8H11NO)
    C8H11NO
  18. Pyridine, 5-hexyl-2-methyl- (C12H19N)
    C12H19N
  19. Pyridine, 2-methyl-5-(1-methylethyl) (C9H13N)
    C9H13N
  20. Pyridine, 3-(4-methylpentyl) (C11H17N)
    C11H17N
  21. Pyridine, 3-(4-methylhexyl) (C12H19N)
    C12H19N
  22. Pyridine, 3-pentyl (C10H15N)
    C10H15N
  23. Pyridine, 3-heptyl (C12H19N)
    C12H19N
  24. Pyridine, 3-hexyl (C11H17N)
    C11H17N
  25. Pyridine, 3-octyl (C13H21N)
    C13H21N