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Typical G.C. analysis

thymus vulgaris oil CO2 extract
Oszagyan et al. (1996) analyzed the composition od supercritical fluid CO2 extract of thyme (ex. T. vulgaris) and compared it to a steam-distilled oil. The quantitative data was obtained in a GD-FID, whereas the identity od each component was determined by GC/MS. A comparison between the two analyses is shown in Table VII. Note, only the CO2 extract will be shown here.
#%LeftshiftComponents
160.02  borneol
220.37  bornyl acetate
300.24gamma- cadinene
30.04  camphene
243.17  carvacrol
271.64beta- caryophyllene
100.161,8- cineole
260.22alpha- copaene
82.55para- cymene
210.04  geraniol
320.27  heptadecane
340.16  heptadecanoic acid
310.10  hexadecane
280.09alpha- humulene
90.09  limonene
131.63  linalool
200.54  methyl carvacrol
190.32  methyl thymol
50.17  myrcene
335.98  palmitic acid
60.09alpha- phellandrene
20.01alpha- pinene
40.35beta- pinene
140.02  pinocarveol
358.30  stearic acid
171.04  terpinen-4-ol
70.07alpha- terpinene
110.67gamma- terpinene
180.20alpha- terpineol
150.22beta- terpineol
120.09  terpinolene
10.03alpha- thujene
2336.59  thymol
290.01  valencene
25tracealpha- ylangene

H. J. Bestmann, J. Ederand O. Vostrowky, Extraktion von Thymian mit flusigem CO2 in Labormasstab. Zeit. Lebersmitt. Unters Forsch., 180, 491-493 (1985).

P&F 20, No. 3, 67, (1995)

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