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Reference GLC data for the analysis of phenolic compounds as trimethylsilyl derivatives

Mary Mattsson (Institutionen för teknisk kemi) ; Göran Petersson (Institutionen för teknisk kemi)
Journal of Chromatographic Science (0021-9665). Vol. 15 (1977), p. 546-554.
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Comprehensive reference GLC data are given for trimethylsilyl derivatives of about 130 aromatic compounds grouped as phenols and naphthols, alcohols, carboxylic acids, aldehydes and ketones, and chloro compounds. The aldehydes and ketones were analysed as both oxime and O-methyl oxime derivatives.

Retention data on methyl and phenyl silicone columns are given as MU values in temperature-programmed analysis. Correlations between structure and retention are interpreted in terms of MU increments of structural elements. Methods for predicting MU values are proposed. Diagrams based on differences in MU between the two silicone phases aid in qualitative analysis.

Approximate FID relative molar response values were estimated from the atomic composition of the derivatives.

Nyckelord: gas chromatography, flame ionization, phenols, benzoic acids, benzaldehydes, retention data

This chromatographic study relates to applied determinations of phenolic compounds released by and emitted to water from processes in the pulp and paper industry.

Two decades later similar phenolic antioxidants were assessed by GC-MS without derivatization in smoke from small-scale wood burning.

In a third approach after 2005, Göran Petersson reviewed phenolic and other antioxidants of importance to health.

Denna post skapades 2010-01-22. Senast ändrad 2013-08-09.
CPL Pubid: 110622


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