Macrocyclic alkanes: A new class of biomarker
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Audino, Michiele and Grice, Kliti and Alexander, Robert and Kagi, Robert. 2001. Macrocyclic alkanes: A new class of biomarker. Organic Geochemistry. 32: pp. 759-763.
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A new class of cyclic hydrocarbon biomarker, macrocyclic-alkanes and their methylated analogues, have for the first time been unambiguously identified in a Botryococcus braunii rich sediment (torbanite).The compounds, consisting of a homologous series of macrocyclic-alkanes (ranging from C15 to C34) and their methylated derivatives (ranging from C17 to C26), were identified by using authentic standards and GC-MS techniques.
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