GC-MS analysis of hydroxy and epoxy acids from seed oil of Hippophaë rhamnoides View Full Text


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1989-09-01

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T. G. Zhmyrko, Ya. V. Rashkes, V. N. Plugar', A. Sh. Isamukhamedov, A. I. Glushenkova

ABSTRACT

By the GC-MS method using a packed column, in the mixture of TMS derivatives of hydroxy acid methyl esters obtained from the seed oil of the sea buckthorn, in ten chromatographic peaks (CPs) 13 monohydroxy compounds have been characterized by their mass spectra, the main ones being derivatives of dimorphecolic and coriolic acids. Structures are proposed for four dihydroxy acids of the C17–C20 series. The mixture of methyl esters of di- and tetra-TMS derivatives obtained from the mixture of epoxy acids from the same source has been analyzed by a similar method. In seven CPs, 11 compounds, reflecting the presence of nine epoxy acids in the initial mixture, have been characterized by their mass spectra. The main component of the mixture was 15,16-epoxyoctadeca-9,12-dienoic acid. More... »

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529-536

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