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The paper describes the molecular composition and distribution of hydrocarbons and oxygen-containing compounds in the main bog peat-forming plants – scheuchzeria, sedge, cotton grass and sphagnum moss. It is shown that all plants contain n-alkanes, arenes, sesquiterpenes, fatty acids, esters, aldehydes, alcohols and ketones. The most representative group of hydrocarbons (HC) in all bog plants are n-alkanes. Arenas are presented by bi-, tri- and tetracyclic structures. Ketones include acyclic compounds with normal and isoprenoid structure and alicyclic compounds with two, four and five cycles. Alcohols are presented by aliphatic and monoaromatic structures, aldehydes, fatty acids and esters – by compounds with acyclic structure. Tetra- and pentacyclic oxygen-containing substances includes steroid and triterpenoid alcohols and ketones.
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