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Abstract The chemical composition of the volatile flower oil of Rosa rugosa Thunb. var. plena Regal growing in central China was examined by a combination of chemical separation, column chromatography, GC and GC–MS techniques. A total of 108 compounds were identified. This rose essential oil was high in citronellol (60.0%), geraniol (8.6%), nerol (2.8%), citronellyl acetate (2.7%), E, E ‐farnesol (2.4%) and tridecan‐2‐one (2.3%), accounting for 78.8% of oil.
Subject(s)biology , botany , chemical composition , chemistry , chromatography , citronellol , essential oil , geraniol , menthone , monoterpene , nerol , organic chemistry , rugosa , sesquiterpene
SCImago Journal Rank0.393
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