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Trisulfide, di-2-propenyl


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

Kovats' RI, non-polar column, isothermal

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Column type Active phase Temperature (C) I Reference Comment
CapillaryOV-101130.1282.Misharina and Golovnya, 1989He; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.32 mm

Kovats' RI, non-polar column, temperature ramp

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillarySE-541296.Zoghbi, Ramos, et al., 198430. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He, 50. C @ 3. min, 4. K/min; Tend: 230. C

Van Den Dool and Kratz RI, non-polar column, temperature ramp

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillaryHP-5MS1289.Pino, Mesa, et al., 200530. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He, 60. C @ 2. min, 4. K/min, 250. C @ 20. min
CapillaryDB-11283.Pino, Fuentes, et al., 2001He, 60. C @ 4. min, 4. K/min; Column length: 30. m; Column diameter: 0.32 mm; Tend: 250. C
CapillaryDB-51320.Kim, Wu, et al., 1995He, 40. C @ 10. min, 4. K/min; Column length: 60. m; Column diameter: 0.25 mm; Tend: 200. C
CapillaryDB-11275.Yu, Lin, et al., 199460. m/0.25 mm/1.0 «mu»m, He, 40. C @ 5. min, 2. K/min, 260. C @ 60. min
CapillaryOV-1011276.Misharina and Golovnya, 1989He, 4. K/min; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.32 mm; Tstart: 50. C; Tend: 250. C

Van Den Dool and Kratz RI, non-polar column, custom temperature program

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillaryHP-5MS1304.Andriamaharavo, 201430. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He; Program: 60C (1 min) => 5 C/min => 210C => 10 C/min => 280C (15 min)
CapillarySPB-11280.Mochizuki, Yamamoto, et al., 199830. m/0.32 mm/4.0 «mu»m, N2; Program: 40 0C (10 min), 2 0C/min to 180 0C, 25 0C/min to 250 0C (5 min)

Van Den Dool and Kratz RI, polar column, temperature ramp

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillaryFFAP1819.Calvo-Gómez, Morales-López, et al., 200430. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He, 40. C @ 3. min, 5. K/min; Tend: 220. C
CapillaryCarbowax1805.Edris and Fadel, 2002He, 2. K/min; Column length: 60. m; Column diameter: 0.32 mm; Tstart: 50. C; Tend: 200. C
CapillaryDB-Wax1789.Cha, Kim, et al., 199860. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, 40. C @ 5. min, 3. K/min, 200. C @ 60. min
CapillaryDB-Wax1775.Cha, Kim, et al., 199830. m/0.32 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He, 40. C @ 5. min, 6. K/min, 200. C @ 30. min
CapillaryCP-Wax 52CB1784.Kim, Wu, et al., 1995, 2N2, 60. C @ 4. min, 2. K/min, 200. C @ 30. min; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.25 mm
CapillaryCP-Wax 52CB1784.Kim, Wu, et al., 1995, 2N2, 60. C @ 4. min, 2. K/min, 200. C @ 30. min; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.25 mm
CapillaryCP-Wax 52CB1806.Yu, Wu, et al., 1989N2, 2. K/min; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.22 mm; Tstart: 50. C; Tend: 200. C
CapillaryCP-Wax 52CB1806.Yu, Wu, et al., 1989, 2N2, 2. K/min; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.22 mm; Tstart: 50. C; Tend: 200. C
CapillaryCP-Wax 52CB1806.Yu and Wu, 1989N2, 2. K/min; Column length: 50. m; Column diameter: 0.22 mm; Tstart: 50. C; Tend: 200. C

Normal alkane RI, non-polar column, temperature ramp

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillarySPB-11266.Rao, Nagender, et al., 200730. m/0.32 mm/0.25 «mu»m, Helium, 40. C @ 2. min, 2. K/min; Tend: 220. C
CapillaryRSL-2001277.Jirovetz, Ngassoum, et al., 200230. m/0.32 mm/0.25 «mu»m, H2, 50. C @ 5. min, 6. K/min, 280. C @ 5. min
CapillaryDB-5MS1300.Zoghbi, Andrade, et al., 200230. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He, 3. K/min; Tstart: 60. C; Tend: 270. C
CapillaryHP-51297.Kubec, Velísek, et al., 199730. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, N2, 40. C @ 3. min, 4. K/min, 240. C @ 10. min
CapillaryDB-11292.Yu, Wu, et al., 199460. m/0.25 mm/1. «mu»m, He, 40. C @ 5. min, 2. K/min, 260. C @ 60. min

Normal alkane RI, non-polar column, custom temperature program

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillaryHP-51322.Rotsatschakul, Visesanguan, et al., 200960. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, Helium; Program: 30 0C (2 min) 2 0Cmin -> 60 0C 10 0C/min -> 100 0C 20 0C/min -> 140 0C 10 0C/min -> 200 0C (10 min)
CapillarySPB-11270.Rao, Nagender, et al., 200730. m/0.32 mm/0.25 «mu»m, Helium; Program: not specified
CapillaryHP-5 MS1312.Pyun and Shin, 200630. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m; Program: 40 0C (3 min) 2 0C/min -> 150 0C 20 0C/min -> 220 0C (5 min)
CapillarySE-301279.Vinogradov, 2004Program: not specified
CapillaryHP-5MS1296.Ansorena, Gimeno, et al., 200130. m/0.25 mm/0.25 «mu»m, He; Program: 40C (10min) => 3C/min => 120C => 10C/min => 250C (5min)

Normal alkane RI, polar column, temperature ramp

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Column type Active phase I Reference Comment
CapillaryDB-Wax1787.Chen and Ho, 1998He, 4. K/min; Column length: 30. m; Column diameter: 0.25 mm; Tstart: 50. C; Tend: 220. C
CapillaryHP-Innowax1822.Kubec, Velísek, et al., 199730. m/0.25 mm/0.5 «mu»m, N2, 40. C @ 3. min, 4. K/min; Tend: 190. C

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.

Misharina and Golovnya, 1989
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Zoghbi, Ramos, et al., 1984
Zoghbi, M.G.B.; Ramos, L.S.; Maia, J.G.S.; da Silva, M.L.; Luz, A.I.R., Volatile sulfides of the Amazonian garlic bush, J. Agric. Food Chem., 1984, 32, 5, 1009-1010, https://doi.org/10.1021/jf00125a014 . [all data]

Pino, Mesa, et al., 2005
Pino, J.A.; Mesa, J.; Muñoz, Y.; Martí, M.P.; Marbot, R., Volatile components from mango (Mangifera indica L.) cultivars, J. Agric. Food Chem., 2005, 53, 6, 2213-2223, https://doi.org/10.1021/jf0402633 . [all data]

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Kim, Wu, et al., 1995
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Andriamaharavo, 2014
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Mochizuki, Yamamoto, et al., 1998
Mochizuki, E.; Yamamoto, T.; Komiyama, Y.; Nakazawa, H., Identification of allium products using flame photometric detection gas chromatography and distribution patterns of volatile sulfur compounds, J. Agric. Food Chem., 1998, 46, 12, 5170-5176, https://doi.org/10.1021/jf9803076 . [all data]

Calvo-Gómez, Morales-López, et al., 2004
Calvo-Gómez, O.; Morales-López, J.; López, M.G., Solid-phase microextraction-gas chromatographic-mass spectrometric analysis of garlic oil obtained by hydrodistillation, J. Chromatogr. A, 2004, 1036, 1, 91-93, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chroma.2004.02.072 . [all data]

Edris and Fadel, 2002
Edris, A.E.; Fadel, H.M., Investigation of the volatile aroma components of garlic leaves essential oil. Possibility of utilization to enrich garlic bulb oil, Eur. Food Res. Technol., 2002, 214, 2, 105-107, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00217-001-0429-2 . [all data]

Cha, Kim, et al., 1998
Cha, Y.J.; Kim, H.; Cadwallader, K.R., Aroma-active compounds in Kimchi during fermentation, J. Agric. Food Chem., 1998, 46, 5, 1944-1953, https://doi.org/10.1021/jf9706991 . [all data]

Kim, Wu, et al., 1995, 2
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Yu, Wu, et al., 1989
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Yu and Wu, 1989
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Rao, Nagender, et al., 2007
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Jirovetz, Ngassoum, et al., 2002
Jirovetz, L.; Ngassoum, M.B.; Geissler, M., Analysis of the headspace aroma compounds of the seeds of the Cameroonian garlic plant Hua gabonii using SPME/GC/FID, SPME/GC/MS and olfactometry, Eur. Food Res. Technol., 2002, 214, 3, 212-215, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00217-001-0481-y . [all data]

Zoghbi, Andrade, et al., 2002
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Kubec, Velísek, et al., 1997
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Yu, Wu, et al., 1994
Yu, T.-H.; Wu, C.-M.; Ho, C.-T., Volatile compounds generated from the thermal interaction of glucose and alliin or deoxyalliin in propylene glycol, Food Chem., 1994, 51, 3, 281-286, https://doi.org/10.1016/0308-8146(94)90028-0 . [all data]

Rotsatschakul, Visesanguan, et al., 2009
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Pyun and Shin, 2006
Pyun, M.-S.; Shin, S., Antifungal effects of the volatile oils from Allium plants against Trichophyton species and synergism of the oils with ketoconazole, Phytomedicine, 2006, 13, 6, 394-400, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.phymed.2005.03.011 . [all data]

Vinogradov, 2004
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Ansorena, Gimeno, et al., 2001
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Chen and Ho, 1998
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Notes

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