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A Gas-Liquid Chromatographic Examination of Stilbene DerivativesAuthor(s): Richard W. Hemingway; W. E. Hillis; K Burerton
Source: Journal of Chromatography 50(3):391-399
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionTrimethylsilyl ether derivatives of twenty hydroxystilbenes were separated by gas-liquid chromatography on Apiezon-L, OV-1, OV-17, and SE-54. Relative retention times were highly dependent upon the degree of hydroxylation and methoxylation, the positions of these groups and on cis-trans isomerism. OV-1 was the best liquid phase for separating compounds with different numbers of trimethylsilyl ether groups while OV-17 was best for separating on the basis of different numbers of methoxyl groups. The method holds promise for analysis of stilbene derivatives in plant extracts.
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CitationHemingway, Richard W.; Hillis, W. E.; Burerton, K. 1970. A Gas-Liquid Chromatographic Examination of Stilbene Derivatives. Journal of Chromatography 50(3):391-399
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