Volatiles of Thymus serpyllum Obtained by Three Different Methods
Marin, Petar D.
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Volatiles of Thymus serpyllum L. were obtained by hydrodistillation (HD), simultaneous hydrodistillation, and extraction (SDE) and static headspace gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis (head space [HS]), respectively. Monoterpenes were the most dominant in all 3 techniques (84.8%-94.2%). Essential oil profiles obtained by HD and SDE were similar, with oxygenated monoterpenes being the most abundant (up to 75.4%). In HS volatiles of T. serpyllum monoterpene hydrocarbons strongly dominated (94.2%). The main compounds were α-terpinyl acetate (HD and SDE) and myrcene (HS).
Keywords:Essential oil / Extraction / Headspace / Hydrodistillation / Thymus serpyllum / Volatiles
Source:Natural Product Communications, 2019, 14, 6
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