BT

Typical G.C. analysis

acacia absolute
#%LeftshiftComponents
3034.36para- anisaldehyde
230.13  anisyl acetate
35.98  benzaldehyde
27trace  benzothiazole
360.18  benzyl 2-methyl propionate
160.75  benzyl acetate
60.01  benzyl alcohol
450.09  benzyl benzoate
420.13  citronellyl acetate
280.37beta- cyclocitral
340.09  decanol
540.02  dibutyl phthalate
570.09  docosane
290.15  dodecane
550.40  eicosane
500.11  ethyl para-anisate
330.18  ethyl salicylate
325.57  geranial
3119.45  geraniol
220.56  geranyl acetate
561.76  heneicosane
440.51  heptadecane
490.68alpha- ionone
521.34beta- ionone
80.20  limonene
140.86  linalool
130.31(Z)- linalool oxide
212.02 methyl 2,6-dihydrobenzoate
510.59 methyl 6-methoxysalicylate
120.09  methyl benzoate
10.22  methyl cyclohexane
413.833-methyl dec-3-enol
370.923-methyl dec-4-enol
40.18  methyl heptenone
38trace1- methyl naphthalene
350.022- methyl naphthalene
430.31  methyl para-anisate
400.042- methyl propyl benzoate
2694.40  methyl salicylate
51.06  myrcene
252.50  naphthalene
200.66  neryl acetate
486.25  nonadecane
150.13(E,Z)-2,6- nonadienal
170.20(E)-2- nonenal
190.20(E)-2- nonen-1-ol
181.43(Z)-3- nonen-1-ol
100.59(E)-ocimene
90.18(Z)- ocimene
460.15  octadecane
20.04  octane
110.03  octanol
530.26  pentadecane
240.22  tetradecane
580.37  tricosane
390.31  tridecane
70.072,2,6- trimethyl cyclohexanone
470.266,10,14- trimethyl pentadecanone
590.112,6,6- trimethyl-2-hydroxycyclohexylidene acetic acid lactone

R. A. Flath, T. R. Mon, G. Lorenz, V. J. Whitten and J. W. Mackley, Volatile components of Acacua ap. Blossoms. J. Agric. Food Chem., 31, 1167-1170 (1983).

P&F 9, No. 4, 35, (1984)

crithmum maritimum oil
#%LeftshiftComponents
53<0.10(E)-alpha- bergamotol
26<0.10  bornyl formate
5<0.10delta-3- carene
540.10  carvacrol
45<0.10trans- carveol
57<0.10 caryophylla-2(12),6(13)-dien-5a-ol
46<0.10para- cymen-8-ol
125.30para- cymene
44<0.10beta- damascenone
320.10(E)-2- decenal
41<0.10neo dihydrocarveol
58<0.10  dillapiole
16<0.10alpha-para- dimethyl styrene
550.10  elemicin
400.10(Z)-1,2-epoxyterpinen-4-ol
19<0.104,8- epoxyterpinolene
36<0.10  limonen-4-ol
824.20  limonene
17<0.10(Z)-1,2- limonene epoxide
21<0.10  linalool
240.70(E)-para- menth-2-en-1-ol
310.40(Z)-para- menth-2-en-1-ol
50<0.10(Z)-para-menth-3-en-1,2-diol
48<0.10para- mentha-1,4-dien-7-ol
33<0.10(E)-para- mentha-2,8-dien-1-ol
520.20para- methoxypropiophenone
29<0.10  methyl carvacrol
343.40  methyl chavicol
47<0.10  methyl eugenol
250.30  methyl isothymol
270.30  methyl thymol
30<0.102- methyl-6-methylene-3,7-octadien-2-ol
61.60  myrcene
56<0.10  myristicin
370.10  myrtenyl acetate
15<0.10  nonanal
200.10(E)-2- nonenal
100.30(Z)-beta- ocimene
14<0.10  octanal
23<0.10  octanol
90.30beta- phellandrene
59<0.10  phytol
10.70alpha- pinene
30.20beta- pinene
350.20(E)- piperitol
430.40(Z)- piperitol
42<0.10  piperitone
426.90  sabinene
180.90(E)- sabinene hydrate
220.60(Z)- sabinene hydrate
490.30  spathulenol
289.00  terpinen-4-ol
71.40alpha- terpinene
1119.30gamma- terpinene
380.40alpha- terpineol
130.70  terpinolene
39<0.10alpha- terpinyl acetate
20.30alpha- thujene
51<0.10  thymol
J. of Ess. Oil Res. 12, No. 4, 424, (2000)
daucus carota ssp. maximus leaf oil
#%LeftshiftComponents
290.82  aristol-9-en-3-ol
200.51alpha- bergamolene
170.99beta- bourbonene
2817.95preiso calamendiol
182.15beta- caryophyllene
272.98  caryophyllene oxide
160.80alpha- copaene
2312.72beta- cubebene
191.74gamma- decalactone
140.48  dodecane
222.49(E)-beta- farnesene
250.56(Z,E)-alpha- farnesene
300.40  heptadecane
210.70alpha- humulene
62.30  limonene
93.34  linalool
51.84  myrcene
113.22(E)-2- nonenal
80.48(E)-beta- ocimene
70.31(Z)-beta- ocimene
1tracealpha- pinene
40.53beta- pinene
30.85  sabinene
2616.84  shyobunone
243.77epi- shyobunone
120.27  terpinen-4-ol
130.58alpha- terpineol
153.41  tridecane
20.561,2,3- trimethyl benzene
100.22  undecane

H. E. A. Saad, S. H. El-Sharkawy and A. F. Halim, Essential oils of Daucus carota ssp. maximus. Pharm. Acta Helv. 70, 79-84 (1995).

P&F 24, No. 6, 45, (1999)

thymus serpyllum oil france
#%LeftshiftComponents
120.42allo- aromadendrene
190.05alpha- bisabolene
80.24beta- bourbonene
210.33delta- cadinene
302.90alpha- cadinol
283.40T- cadinol
240.33(Z)- calamenene
20.04  camphene
290.30  carvacrol
1113.80beta- caryophyllene
263.00isocaryophyllene oxide + caryophyllene oxide
50.401,8-cineole + beta-phellandrene
60.16para- cymene
220.22(E,E)-alpha- farnesene
150.91(E)-beta- farnesene
321.92  farnesol
310.40  farnesyl acetate
170.47  geranial
2511.80  geraniol
2025.00  geranyl acetate
330.09  indole
40.51  limonene
91.60  linalool
162.00gamma- muurolene
130.50  neral
230.70  nerol
277.00  nerolidol
180.60  neryl acetate
100.05(E)-2- nonenal
10.08alpha- pinene
3tracebeta-pinene + sabinene
70.12 rose oxide
141.60alpha- terpineol

G. Vemin, C. Ghiglione and C. Parkanyi, GC-MS-SPECMA bank analysis of Thymus serpyllum (Opiz) Wollm. (wild thyme) from Hautes AIpes (France). In Spices, herbs and edible fungi. Edit., G, Charalambous, pp. 501-515, Developments in Food Science, 34, Elsevier, Amsterdam (1994).

P&F 23, No. 3, 63, (1998)

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