GC Analysis of Neroli Essential Oil on SLB®-5ms

GC Analysis of Neroli Essential Oil on SLB®-5ms


column F.S. CAP. SLB-5ms 30 m x 0.25 mm I.D., 0.25mum (28471-U)
oven 50 C, 3 C/min to 250 C (10 min)
carrier gas helium, 30.0 cm/sec, 99.5 kPa
sample oil obtained from the steam distillation or hydrodistillation of the flowers, diluted
injection 1.0 µL,100:1 split (A032)
inj. temp. 250 C
detector FID, 280 C


Analysis Note Abstract from paper: The bitter orange tree is used to obtain different products: essential oil cold pressed from the peel of the fruit, the neroli distilled from the flowers, the petitgrain distilled from the leaves and twigs, and different other products obtained by solvent extraction or by hydrodistillation. All these products are much appreciated for their odor properties. Their analytical characterization is important for the identification of quality parameters, and considering their commercial value, it is important to determine their composition. This study is meant to determine differences between Italian and Egyptian cold-pressed, neroli and petitgrain oils, and gives useful information on the composition of the essential oil obtained from the whole crushed fruits. The composition of all the samples was studied by different analytical techniques to determine the volatile fraction, the enantiomeric distribution of some volatiles (by GC, GC/MS and esGC, respectively) and the oxygen heterocyclic fraction by RP-HPLC.
Categories Analytical Chromatography, GC Applications, Essential Oils
Featured Industry Flavors and Fragrances
Legal Information SLB is a registered trademark of Sigma-Aldrich Co. LLC
Other Notes Complementary products:
Gas Purification and Gas Management
Inlet Liners, Glass Wool, and Specialized Hand Tools
Septa and Specialized Hand Tools
Column Ferrules, Nuts, and Specialized Hand Tools
suitability application for GC


Related Links