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2-Ethyl phenol

Fig. 5.4 A source of spiciness in cider.

Table 5.5 Volatile constituents of cider.

Iso-amyl alcohol

Methionol

Benzaldehyde

2-Methyl-butan-1-ol

Iso-butanol

3-Methyl-butan-1-ol

n-Butanol

2-Methylpropanol

Decanal

Nonanoic acid

Ä-Decalactone

Nonanol

Decan-2-one

Octanoic acid

Diethyl succinate

Octanol

Ethyl acetate

Iso-pentanol

Ethyl benzoate

2-Phenylethanol

Ethyl decanoate

2-Phenylethyl acetate

Ethyl dodecanoate

n-Propanol

Ethyl guaiacol

sec-Pentanol

Ethyl hexanoate

Undecanal

Ethyl-2-hydroxy-4-methyl

pentanoate

Ethyl lactate

Ethyl-2-methylbutyrate

Ethyl octanoate

n-Hexanol

Hexanoic acid

Hexyl acetate

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