Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae

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Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae. / Nytoft, Hans-Peter; Kildahl-Andersen, Geir; Lindström, Sofia; Rise, Frode; Bechtel, Achim; Mitrovic, Danica; Dokovic, Natasa; Zivotic, Dragana; Stojanovic, Ksenija.

in: Organic geochemistry, Jahrgang 129.2019, Nr. March, 01.03.2019, S. 14-23.

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Nytoft, H-P, Kildahl-Andersen, G, Lindström, S, Rise, F, Bechtel, A, Mitrovic, D, Dokovic, N, Zivotic, D & Stojanovic, K 2019, 'Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae' Organic geochemistry, Jg. 129.2019, Nr. March, S. 14-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2019.01.001

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Nytoft, H-P., Kildahl-Andersen, G., Lindström, S., Rise, F., Bechtel, A., Mitrovic, D., ... Stojanovic, K. (2019). Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae. Organic geochemistry, 129.2019(March), 14-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2019.01.001

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Nytoft H-P, Kildahl-Andersen G, Lindström S, Rise F, Bechtel A, Mitrovic D et al. Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae. Organic geochemistry. 2019 Mrz 1;129.2019(March):14-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.orggeochem.2019.01.001

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Nytoft, Hans-Peter ; Kildahl-Andersen, Geir ; Lindström, Sofia ; Rise, Frode ; Bechtel, Achim ; Mitrovic, Danica ; Dokovic, Natasa ; Zivotic, Dragana ; Stojanovic, Ksenija. / Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae. in: Organic geochemistry. 2019 ; Jahrgang 129.2019, Nr. March. S. 14-23.

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title = "Dehydroicetexanes in sediments and crude oils: Possible markers for Cupressoideae",
abstract = "Two previously unidentified dehydroabietane isomers were isolated from Miocene Serbian lignite and Rhaetian (Late Triassic) coaly mudstones from South Sweden and characterized using NMR-spectroscopy as cis- and trans-dehydroicetexane. Both have a 9(10 → 20)-abeo-abietane or icetexane skeleton, consisting of a 6-7-6 tricyclic framework with seven carbons in ring B instead of the usual six in common diterpanes of the abietane-type. Dehydroicetexanes can be detected using GC-MS-MS in m/z 270 → 146 chromatograms without interference from dehydroabietane or other isomers. Dehydroicetexanes are often abundant in high latitude coals and mudstones ranging from Triassic to Miocene, and in high latitude oils (Canada and Greenland) sourced from terrigenous organic matter. The trans/(cis + trans) dehydroicetexane ratio is low in immature sediments, but usually around 0.83 in oils and mature sediments with vitrinite reflectance ({\%}R r ) above 0.5, suggesting an equilibrium from the start of the oil window. Dehydroicetexanes are more stable than dehydroabietane and some oils, rich in dehydroicetexanes, contain no dehydroabietane. Precursors could be plant diterpenoids having the icetexane structure, which have been known for more than 40 years and isolated from a variety of higher plant sources, including some angiosperms. Many of the relatively simple icetexanes were isolated for the first time from Chamaecyparis pisifera and related species where they seem to be particularly abundant, suggesting that dehydroicetexanes may be used as markers for the genus Chamaecyparis or for Cupressoideae in general.",
author = "Hans-Peter Nytoft and Geir Kildahl-Andersen and Sofia Lindstr{\"o}m and Frode Rise and Achim Bechtel and Danica Mitrovic and Natasa Dokovic and Dragana Zivotic and Ksenija Stojanovic",
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AU - Nytoft, Hans-Peter

AU - Kildahl-Andersen, Geir

AU - Lindström, Sofia

AU - Rise, Frode

AU - Bechtel, Achim

AU - Mitrovic, Danica

AU - Dokovic, Natasa

AU - Zivotic, Dragana

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