Analysis of essential oil and perfume samples by a glass capillary coated with pluronic F68 stationary phase
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A high performance Pluronic F68 glass capillary column has been used successfully for the analysis of various essential oil samples, the comparison of a number of perfumes, fruit aroma concentrates and the routine quality control of incoming Bouquette essential oil batches. No deterioration in the separation characteristics of the column has been observed over a period of 18 months during which the column was temperature programmed up to 240°C.
Key WordsGas-liquid chromatography Capillary columns Pharmaceutical analysis Essential oils Perfumes
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