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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 7, Issue 1, pp 26–28 | Cite as

Triterpenoids from Rhododendron caucasicum and Rh. ledebourii gas-liquid chromatography of rhododendron extracts

  • G. A. Fokina
  • N. V. Belova
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Summary

  1. 1.

    From the stems and leaves ofRh. caucasicum Pall. campanullin, friedelin, and epifriedelinol have been isolated and identified, and from the stems and leaves ofRh. ledebourii Pojark campanullin, β-sito-sterol, and betulin.

     
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    The chromatographic mobility of 20 triterpenoids on the stationary phase SE-30 has been studied.

     
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    It has been shown that the GLC method permits some preliminary conclusions to be obtained concerning the triterpene composition of rhododendron extracts.

     

Keywords

Organic Chemistry Stationary Phase Betulin Preliminary Conclusion Chromatographic Mobility 
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© Consultants Bureau 1973

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  • G. A. Fokina
  • N. V. Belova

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