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Hexyl tiglate


Normal alkane RI, non-polar column, temperature ramp

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Data compiled by: NIST Mass Spectrometry Data Center, William E. Wallace, director

Column type CapillaryCapillaryCapillaryCapillaryCapillary
Active phase HP-5DB-1-MSHP-5 MSHP-5 MSHP-5
Column length (m) 30.60.30.30.60.
Carrier gas HeliumHeliumHeliumHeliumHe
Substrate      
Column diameter (mm) 0.320.250.250.250.25
Phase thickness (mum) 0.250.250.250.250.25
Tstart (C) 60.30.50.60.60.
Tend (C) 240.200.230.250.250.
Heat rate (K/min) 3.2.4.2.3.
Initial hold (min) 2.4.4.8. 
Final hold (min)  35.10.15. 
I 1331.1310.1330.1329.1328.
ReferenceKahriman, Tosun, et al., 2011Takeoka, Hobbs, et al., 2010Forero, Quijano, et al., 2008Sahraoui, Vian, et al., 2008Bertrand, Comte, et al., 2006
Comment MSDC-RI MSDC-RI MSDC-RI MSDC-RI MSDC-RI
Column type CapillaryCapillaryCapillaryCapillaryCapillary
Active phase HP-101DB-5DB-1HP-5MSHP-5
Column length (m) 25.30.30.30.30.
Carrier gas HeHeliumHeHeHe
Substrate      
Column diameter (mm) 0.20.250.250.250.25
Phase thickness (mum) 0.20.250.250.250.25
Tstart (C) 70.50.50.60.60.
Tend (C) 200.250.265.280.280.
Heat rate (K/min) 3.3.2.54.4.
Initial hold (min) 2.5.1.  
Final hold (min) 15. 20.  
I 1316.1329.1306.1326.1330.
ReferenceMastelic, Jerkovic, et al., 2006Mirza, Navaei, et al., 2006Khanavi, Ghasemian, et al., 2005Sadeghpour, Asghari, et al., 2004Sajjadi and Mehregan, 2003
Comment MSDC-RI MSDC-RI MSDC-RI MSDC-RI MSDC-RI
Column type Capillary
Active phase HP-5
Column length (m) 30.
Carrier gas H2
Substrate  
Column diameter (mm) 0.25
Phase thickness (mum) 0.25
Tstart (C) 40.
Tend (C) 280.
Heat rate (K/min) 3.
Initial hold (min) 10.
Final hold (min) 10.
I 1330.
ReferenceBicalho, Pereira, et al., 2000
Comment MSDC-RI

References

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Data compilation copyright by the U.S. Secretary of Commerce on behalf of the U.S.A. All rights reserved.

Kahriman, Tosun, et al., 2011
Kahriman, N.; Tosun, G.; Terzioglu, S.; Karaoglu, S.A.; Yayh, N., Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oils from the flower, leaf, and stem of Senecio pandurifolis, Rec. Nat. Prod., 2011, 5, 2, 82-91. [all data]

Takeoka, Hobbs, et al., 2010
Takeoka, G.R.; Hobbs, C.; Byeoung-Soo, P., Volatile constituents of the aerial parts of Salvia apiana Jepson, J. Essential Oil. Res., 2010, 22, 3, 241-244, https://doi.org/10.1080/10412905.2010.9700314 . [all data]

Forero, Quijano, et al., 2008
Forero, M.D.; Quijano, C.E.; Pino, J.A., Volatile compounds of Chile pepper (Capsicum annuum L. var. glabriusculum) at two ripening stages, Flavour Fragr. J., 2008, 24, 1, 25-30, https://doi.org/10.1002/ffj.1913 . [all data]

Sahraoui, Vian, et al., 2008
Sahraoui, N.; Vian, M.A.; Bornard, I.; Boutekedjiret, C.; Chemat, F., Improved microwave steam distillation apparatus for isolation of essential oils. Comparison with conventional steam distillation, J. Chromatogr. A., 2008, 1210, 2, 229-233, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chroma.2008.09.078 . [all data]

Bertrand, Comte, et al., 2006
Bertrand, C.; Comte, G.; Piola, F., Solid-phase microextraction of volatile compounds from flowers of two Brunfelsia species, Biochem. Syst. Ecol., 2006, 34, 5, 371-375, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bse.2005.12.005 . [all data]

Mastelic, Jerkovic, et al., 2006
Mastelic, J.; Jerkovic, I.; Mesic, M., Volatile constituents from flowers, leaves, bark and wood of Prunus mahaleb L., Flavour Fragr. J., 2006, 21, 2, 306-313, https://doi.org/10.1002/ffj.1596 . [all data]

Mirza, Navaei, et al., 2006
Mirza, M.; Navaei, M.N.; Dini, M., Volatile constituents of essential oils isolated from flowers and leaves of Eupatorium cannabinum L. from Iran, Iranian J. Pharmaceutical Res., 2006, 2, 149-152. [all data]

Khanavi, Ghasemian, et al., 2005
Khanavi, M.; Ghasemian, L.; Motlagh, E.H.; Hadjiakhoondi, A.; Shafiee, A., Chemical composition of the essential oils of Marrubium parviflorum Fisch. C.A. Mey. and Marrubium vulgare L. from Iran, Flavour Fragr. J., 2005, 20, 3, 324-326, https://doi.org/10.1002/ffj.1425 . [all data]

Sadeghpour, Asghari, et al., 2004
Sadeghpour, O.; Asghari, G.; Ardekani, M.R.S., Composition of essential oil of Artemisia persica Boiss. from Iran, Iran. J. Pharm. Res., 2004, 3, 65-67. [all data]

Sajjadi and Mehregan, 2003
Sajjadi, S.E.; Mehregan, I., Chemical composition of the essential oil of Prangos Asperula Boiss. subsp. haussknechtii (Boiss.) Hernst. et Heyn fruits, 2003, retrieved from http://www1.tums.ac.ir/daru/daru2%2020003/Dr%20Sajadi.PDF. [all data]

Bicalho, Pereira, et al., 2000
Bicalho, B.; Pereira, A.S.; Aquino Neto, F.R.; Pinto, A.C.; Rezende, C.M., Application of high-temperature gas chromatography-mass spectrometry to the investigation of glycosidically bound components related to cashew applie (Anacardium occidentale L. Var. nanum) volatiles, J. Agric. Food Chem., 2000, 48, 4, 1167-1174, https://doi.org/10.1021/jf9909252 . [all data]


Notes

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