Solid phase microextraction of Eucalyptus ixophleba leaves
figureposted on 2006-07-12, 15:34 authored by Charlotte Rebecca Heath, Roger M. Smith
The volatile essential oils of the numerous Eucalyptus species have been widely studied for their chemical and commercial value, and also because a study of the oils can be used in supporting botanical relationships. In most cases the oils are obtained by traditional steam distillation methods, but also solvent extraction and headspace techniques have been employed.
NotesThis is a conference poster from the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography, 2004.