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https://doi.org/10.5552/drind.2017.1607

Chemical Characterization of Lebonan Cedar Tar

Ayben Kilic Pekgozlu orcid id orcid.org/0000-0003-2440-9372 ; Sveučilište u Bartinu, Šumarski fakultet, Odjel za inženjerstvo industrije na bazi drva, Bartin
Suleyman Kustas ; Tehničko sveučilište u Karadenizu, Šumarski fakultet, Odjel za inženjerstvo industrije na bazi drva, Trabzon, Turska
Burak Mercan ; AHSAPSAN A.Ş, İstanbul, Turska
Aziz Bicer ; Kastamonu Entegre Ağaç San. ve Tic. A.Ş., Istanbul, Turska


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str. 107-112

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Chemical characterization of Cedrus libani A. Rich tar, obtained by the traditional method and Jenkner Retort, was studied. Roots and fallen branches were used and analyzed separately. FID-GC and GC-MS were used for the characterization. The tar yield of Jenkner Retort was 60 %, while it is 30-40 % in the traditional method. 41 compounds were identifi ed. β-himachalane (22-28 %) was found to be the main compound in all tars. α-himachalane (6-10%) and longifolene (7-9 %) were the other important compounds. Some compounds, which have antifungal and insecticides effects like deodarone and E-(α)-atlantone, were determined only in tars of roots. Phenolic compounds were not determined by the traditional method.

Ključne riječi

Cedrus libani, himachalane, pyrolysis, GC-MS, Jenkner Retort

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183630

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/183630

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