Either of two isomeric terpene liquids, C10H16, used as solvents and in making resins.(noun)
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Use "pinene" in a sentence
"Softwoods emit terpenes, the most common of which is alpha pinene, which is what turpentine is made of."
"Of these, limonene is commonly found in household cleaners; others include camphor and alpha-pinene."
"For example, the ever-popular weeping fig (Ficus Benjamina) was better than many of its peers against octane and alpha-pinene."