Chromatographia

, Volume 54, Issue 5, pp 309–315

Comparison of high-performance liquid chromatography — Mass spectroscopy and capillary electrophoresis— mass spectroscopy for the analysis of phenolic compounds in diethyl ether extracts of red wines

Authors

  • G. Vanhoenacker
    • Ghent UniversityDepartment of Organic Chemistry, Laboratory of Separation Sciences
    • Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Laboratory of Pharmacognosy and PhytochemistryGhent University
  • A. De Villiers
    • Department of Chemistry, CENSSUSUniversity of Stellenbosch
  • K. Lazou
    • Janssen Pharmaceutica
  • D. De Keukeleire
    • Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Laboratory of Pharmacognosy and PhytochemistryGhent University
  • P. Sandra
    • Ghent UniversityDepartment of Organic Chemistry, Laboratory of Separation Sciences
    • Department of Chemistry, CENSSUSUniversity of Stellenbosch
Originals Column Liquid Chromatography

DOI: 10.1007/BF02492675

Cite this article as:
Vanhoenacker, G., De Villiers, A., Lazou, K. et al. Chromatographia (2001) 54: 309. doi:10.1007/BF02492675

Summary

Reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopy (HPLC-MS) and capillary electrophoresis-mass spectroscopy (CE-MS) have been compared for the analysis of phenolic compounds in diethyl ether extracts of red wines. MS was performed in the electrospray negative-ionization mode. Despite the much higher separation efficiency of CE compared with LC, LC-MS furnishes far superior information for elucidation of the structure of the constituents. LC-MS enabled the identification of twenty-four compounds whereas only thirteen were characterized by CE-MS.

Key Words

Column liquid chromatography-mass spectroscopyCapillary electrophoresis-mass spectroscopyPhenolic compoundsRed wine
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