BT

Typical G.C. analysis

mandarin oil
#%LeftshiftComponents
10.91alpha- thujene
22.29alpha- pinene
30.05  camphene
41.88beta- pinene
51.73  myrcene
60.02delta-2- carene
70.48alpha- phellandrene
84.25para- cymene
966.41  limonene
100.03(E)-beta- ocimene
110.01(Z)-beta- ocimene
1219.17gamma- terpinene
131.38  terpinolene
14tracepara- mentha-1,3,8-triene
150.01gamma- terpineol
16trace(Z)-para- menth-2-en-1-ol
170.13  linalool
18trace(Z)- sabinene hydrate
19trace(Z)-beta- terpineol
20traceiso pulegol
21trace(E)-beta- terpineol
220.04  terpinen-4-ol
230.12alpha- terpineol
24trace  citronellol
250.02  hexanol
260.123- octanol
270.03  decanol
280.02  benzaldehyde
29trace3- methyl benzaldehyde
30trace  nonanal
31trace  geranial
32trace  perillaldehyde
330.10  terpinen-4-yl acetate
340.50  methyl N-methyl anthranilate
35trace  thymol
360.08beta- caryophyllene
37tracealpha- humulene
38tracebeta- selinene
390.30alpha- farnesene
40tracedelta- cadinene

G. Della Porta, E. Reverchon, D. Chouchi and D. Barth, Mandarin and lime peel oil processing by supercritical CO2 desorption:deterpenation and high molecular weight compounds elimination. J. Essent. Oil Res., 9, 519-522 (1997).

P&F 26, No. 1, 36, (2001)

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