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Comparison between the essential oil and supercritical carbon dioxide extract of Teucrium polium L

Author:
Eikani, M.H., Goodarznia, I., Mirza, M.
Source:
The Journal of essential oil research 1999 v.11 no.4 pp. 470-472
ISSN:
1041-2905
Subject:
Teucrium polium, essential oils, extraction, carbon dioxide, distillation, plant extracts, chemical constituents of plants, beta-caryophyllene, Iran
Abstract:
Extraction of essential oil from Teucrium polium L. using supercritical CO(2) at 100 bar and 40 degrees C was performed. The supercritical extraction process was carried out by a pilot plant scale apparatus. Applying GC/MS analysis, the results were compared with those obtained for the oil isolated by conventional hydrodistillation. In both cases, the major components identified were sesquiterpenes. Germacrene D (23.6% and 13.2%) and beta-caryophyllene (16.5% and 18.0%) were the main components in the extract and oil, respectively.
Agid:
1450735