GC-MS Methods for Tobacco Constituents
Gas-chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) has contributed to the advance of tobacco chemistry. Although the structure of unknown compounds cannot be determined by GC-MS alone, it is to great use to the identification of the tobacco constituents. Recently, mass spectra of tobacco isoprenoids have been reviewed by Enzell et al. (1984).
KeywordsTobacco Leave Isopropyl Group Fragment Peak Diels Alder Degraded Compound
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