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Figure 37. The Separation of a Sample of Basil Oil

 

The light pipe was maintained at 250ūC and the scavenger flow was set at 1 ml/min. Each point on the chromatogram resulted from summing two consecutive spectra. A spectrum, taken at the peak maximum of linalool (peak 4), is shown in figure 38. of the respective compounds.

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Figure 38. Spectrum of Linalool from a Light Pipe Interface