Determination of new retention indices for quick identification of essential oils compounds.

@article{Hrent2007DeterminationON,
  title={Determination of new retention indices for quick identification of essential oils compounds.},
  author={M. H{\'e}rent and V{\'e}ronique De Bie and B. Tilquin},
  journal={Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis},
  year={2007},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={
          886-92
        }
}
The classical methods of chromatographic identification of compounds were based on calculation of retention indices by using different stationary phases. The aim of the work was to differentiate essential oils extracted from different plant species by identification of some of their major compounds. The method of identification was based on the calculation of new retention indices of essential oils compounds fractionated on a polar chromatographic column with temperature programming system… Expand
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