Table 5: Separation factor values (α) of the stereoisomers of some cyclic alcohols and their corresponding acetyl derivatives.

EntryT (°C)IAlcoholαACα
RTRT

1452949.table.005a70trans5.515.511.004.575.171.13 a
cis5.515.514.806.081.27
2452949.table.005b70trans5.535.531.084.294.291.01 a
cis5.995.994.344.34
3452949.table.005c70trans14.5614.561.039.2310.591.15 a
cis15.0015.0011.8311.83
4452949.table.005d110trans4.484.481.023.253.781.16 b
cis4.574.574.114.181.02
5452949.table.005e90(+/−)3.964.521.143.273.481.06 a
6452949.table.005f80trans15.7115.711.024.764.76 1 . 0 4 d c
cis15.9615.964.934.93
7452949.table.005g110(−)5.731.074.821.61 a
(+)6.127.76
8452949.table.005h1102.822.821.001.851.941.04 a
9452949.table.005i1104.374.531.04e3.183.701.16 b

T: GC analysis temperature, (°C); I: isomer; RT: retention time; AC: acetyl derivatives; the elution order of the acetylated enantiomers was assumed from the literature [34, 35]; a: 1H and 13C NMR spectral data in the appendix; b: 1H and 13C NMR spectral data were in agreement with those published in [38]; c: 1H and 13C NMR spectral data were in agreement with those published in [42]; d: 1 : 10 ratio alcohol : acid; e: reversal of the elution order.