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Gas Chromatography

Biochemicals, Narcotics and Essential Oils

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Gas Chromatography involves the study of various vaporizable molecules in chemistry and the other related research fields. This analytical method has a number of features and advantages that make it an extremely valuable tool for the identification, quantification and structural elucidation of organic molecules. This book provides detailed gas chromatography information to applications of biochemicals, narcotics and essential oils. The details of the applications were briefly handled by the authors to increase their comprehensibility and feasibility. This guide should be certainly valuable to the novice, as well as to the experienced gas chromatography user who may not have the enough experience about the specific applications covered in this book. We believe this book will prove useful in most laboratories where modern gas chromatography is practiced.

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Gas ChromatographyBiochemicals, Narcotics and Essential OilsEdited by Bekir Salih

Published: March 9th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1964

ISBN: 978-953-51-0295-3

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4977-4

Copyright year: 2012

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39308 Total Chapter Downloads

6 Crossref Citations

13 Web of Science Citations

22 Dimensions Citations

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1. Gas Chromatography in Environmental Sciences and Evaluation of Bioremediation

By Vladimir P. Beškoski, Gordana Gojgić-Cvijović, Branimir Jovančićević and Miroslav M. Vrvić

5204

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2. Comprehensive Two-Dimensional Gas Chromatography Coupled to Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry in Human Metabolomics

By Petr Wojtowicz, Jitka Zrostlíková, Veronika Šťastná, Eva Dostálová, Lenka Žídková, Per Bruheim and Tomáš Adam

2747

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3. Urinary Olfactory Chemosignals in Lactating Females Show More Attractness to Male Root Voles (Microtus oeconomus)

By Ping Sun, Xiangchao Cheng and Honghao Yu

2035

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4. Gas Chromathography as a Tool in Quorum Sensing Studies

By Oscar Osorno, Leonardo Castellanos, Freddy A. Ramos and Catalina Arévalo‐Ferro

2552

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5. Application of Gas Chromatography in a Study of Marine Biogeochemistry

By Luisa-Fernanda Espinosa, Silvio Pantoja and Jürgen Rullkötter

1841

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6. Fatty Acids Analysis of Photosynthetic Sulfur Bacteria by Gas Chromatography

By María Teresa Núñez-Cardona

2913

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7. Gas Chromatography Results Interpretation: Absolute Amounts Versus Relative Percentages

By G.M. Hon, S. Abel, C.M. Smuts, P. van Jaarsveld, M.S. Hassan, S.J. van Rensburg, R.T. Erasmus and T. Matsha

4219

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8. Chromatographic Methodologies for Analysis of Cocaine and Its Metabolites in Biological Matrices

By Maria João Valente, Félix Carvalho, Maria de Lourdes Bastos, Márcia Carvalho and Paula Guedes de Pinho

6597

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9. Gas Chromatography in Forensic Chemistry: Cannabinoids Content in Marijuana Leaves (Cannabis sativa L.) from Colombia

By N.M. Florian-Ramírez, W.F. Garzón-Méndez and F. Parada-Alfonso

6768

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10. Chemical Composition, Antioxidant and Antimicrobial Activities of Essential Oil of Warionia saharae from Oases of Morocco

By K. Sellam, M. Ramchoun, C. Alem, Farid Khallouki, B. El Moualij and L. El Rhaffari

2447

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11. Development and Validation of Analytical Methodology and Evaluation of the Impact of Culture Conditions and Collection Associated with the Seasonality in the Production of Essential Oil of Plectranthus amboinicus (Lour) Spreng

By Fabíola B. Carneiro, Irinaldo D. Júnior, Pablo Q. Lopes and Rui O. Macêdo

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