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Table 2 GC-MS data for the MeOH2, hexane and MeOH2 fractions

From: Evaluation of the medicinal properties of Cyrtocarpa procera Kunth fruit extracts

  Retention Time (min) Compound Abundance (%)
MeOH2 20.48 Palmitic acid 0.53
22.62 α-linoleic acid 0.86%
22.78 Stearic acid 53.66
28.77 Quinone 1.71
Hexane 20.09 Palmitic acid 22.26
22.14 α-linoleic acid 40.36
22.48 Stearic acid 2.20
32.84 Vitamin E 5.83
4 11.902 Citric acid 23.0
17.258 Palmitic acid 3.89
22.506 1,2-Benzenedicarboxylic acid, mono(2-ethylhexyl) ester 27.53
9 8.48 Coumaran 9.04
8.97 Tetradecane 17.73
11.895 Citric acid 3.79
14 6.66 Itaconic acid, dimethyl ester 20.83
11.895 Citric acid 32.43
15 4.29 2H-Pyran-2-one 10.86
6.67 Itaconic acid, dimethyl ester 7.73
11.902 Citric acid 22.64
  4.126 2H-Pyran-2-one 60.21
18 11.876 Citric acid 5.35
24 4.12 Itaconic anhydride 39.37
10.477 Citric acid 3.67
  1. MeOH2 and H: subextract; 4, 9, 14, 15, 18, 24: the most active fractions of the column chromatography.