Chromatography Research International / 2012 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

A Comparison of Methodical Approaches to Fingerprinting of the Volatile Fraction from Winter Savory (Satureja montana)

Table 1

Volatile compounds in Satureja montana (lot 1 and lot 2), their respective retention times ( ), and semi-quantitative evaluation of their relative contributions (%) to the overall volatile fraction* depending on the applied extraction method (HS-80: headspace at 80°C; HS-100: headspace at 100°C; Deryng: mode 1; Clevenger: mode 2).

Volatile compoundα-Thujeneα-Pinene Campheneβ-Myrcene 1-Octen-3-ol Phelandreneα-TerpineneD-Limonenep-Cymeneγ-Terpineneβ-Terpineolβ-Linalool Borneolp-Mentha-3,6-diene-2,5-dione Carvacrol Caryophyllene

No.12345678910111213141516
Retention time (min)6.616.817.267.777.998.248.388.648.829.139.559.8511.5013.0613.4914.62

Peak Area (%)

HS-801.610.870.981.470.9414.518.011.29++3.1268.48
L1HS-1001.310.860.351.714.30++1.7921.929.693.071.37++11.4944.821.18
Deryng0.650.350.180.621.570.8912.516.030.520.53++76.16
Clevenger+0.3917.771.42+++79.90
HS-8011.795.1012.9432.375.106.92++19.63
L2HS-1004.772.090.190.567.6420.463.103.506.06++1.6231.733.60
Deryng+9.7048.271.577.89++++2.732.88

*values estimated from the respective peak heights.
+ data falling between the limit of detection (LOD) and the limit of quantification (LOQ).
++ lack of an adequate (i.e., enabling quantification) peak separation.
— compound not detected.

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