A simple method was developed for the determination of the evaporation rate of essential oils and perfumery composition using gas chromatography with temperature programming. The volatility of 19 essential oils and 17 perfumery composition was evaluated. The method is useful for different comparative measurements.
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Rudolfi, T.A., Schedrina, M.M. & Mindlin, L.O. Determination of the evaporation rate of essential oils and perfumery compositions using gas chromatography. Chromatographia 25, 520–522 (1988). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02324825
- Gas chromatography
- Essential oils
- Evaporation rate
- Perfume composition