Analysis of lemon and bergamot essential oils by HPLC with microbore columns
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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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