Analysis of lemon and bergamot essential oils by HPLC with microbore columns
Some citrus essential oils were analyzed by HPLC with both microbore and standard columns in reversed and normal phase. Volatile and non-volatile fraction were investigated. In the non-volatile fraction some coumarins have been identified. Fractions are detected spectrophotometrically at 220 nm and 320 nm before and after evaporation of samples. Some components were also identified by LC/MS.
Key WordsColumn liquid chromatography Essential oils Microbore columns LC-MS
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