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Table 1 Chemical formula and molar volume of the dominant epicuticular waxes extracted from Eucalyptus leaves, pepper and peach fruits and of common cutin monomers found in plant cuticles

From: Estimation of the solubility parameters of model plant surfaces and agrochemicals: a valuable tool for understanding plant surface interactions

Compound Chemical formula ChemSpider ID Molar volume (cm3 mol-1)
Epicuticular waxes    
n-Hentriacontan-14, 16-dione C31H60O2 390212 534.4
n-Tritriacontan-16, 18-dione C33H64O2 136445 567.4
n-Pentatriacontan-16, 18-dione C35H68O2 104279 600.5
Heptadecan-2-one C17H34O 17031 306.3
Hexadecanal C16H32O 956 290.0
n-Tricosane C23H48 12017 408.1
n-Tetracosane C24H50 12072 426.7
n-Pentacosane C25H52 11900 441.2
n-Hexacosane C26H54 11901 457.1
n-Heptacosane C27H56 11146 474.2
n-Nonacosane C29H60 11903 507.2
n-Hentriacontane C31H64 11904 540.2
α-Amyrin C30H50O 65921 420.8
Cutin monomers    
16-Hydroxy-hexanodecanoic acid C16H32O3 10034 284.8
10,16-Hydroxy-hexanodecanoic acid C16H32O4 390182 282.7
9,10-Epoxy-18-hydroxy-octadecanoic acid C18H34O4 7994062 309.6
9,12,18-Trihydoxy-octadecanoic acid C18H36O5 4446065 313.6
Cell wall polysaccharide monomers    
D Glucose C6H12O6 96749 115.7
D-Galacturonic acid C6H10O7 76444 109.9