Molecules and Atmosphere Effect of Rosewood: Millettia Leucantha

Xiaochen Yue, Juntao Chen, Changyu Ni, Junwei Lou, Yafeng Yang, Wanxi Peng

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 45-49

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Abstract

The organic solvent extracts were analyzed by FTIR and GC-MS. Millettia leucantha Kurzwas analyzed by TG and Py-GC-MS. Next, pyrolysis products were analyzed by GC-MS. The results showed that Millettia leucantha extract contains high amounts of bioactive ingredients, such as alkanes, phenols, alcohols, olefins and acids. Millettia leucantha extract has very good application prospects in the fields of bioenergy, biomedicine, cosmetics, skin care products and spices. The extraction and analysis of the chemical constituents of Millettia leucantha provide a scientific basis for the development and utilization of this plant.

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