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Production of Phytoncide from Korean Pine Cone Waste by Steam Distillation
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  • Journal title : Applied Chemistry for Engineering
  • Volume 26, Issue 6,  2015, pp.648-658
  • Publisher : The Korean Society of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
  • DOI : 10.14478/ace.2015.1064
 Title & Authors
Production of Phytoncide from Korean Pine Cone Waste by Steam Distillation
Kim, Bae yong; Lee, Chul-Tae;
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 Abstract
Extraction of phytoncide oil from korea pine cone waste without damaging the pine cone tree itself was investigated using a steam distillation method. Also various components in the extracted phytoncide oil were separated using a column chromatography method. The extraction of phytoncide oil was effectively proceeded, and the maximum production yield of phytoncide oil could be obtained under of distillation temperature and within 30 minute of distillation time. According to chemical analysis, it was found that the phytoncide oil from korea pine cone waste was consisted of more than 12 components such as -pinene, -pinene, D-limonene, as main components. In addition, the aqueous hydrogel containing other components such as verbenone, -terpinieol, fenchol, different from components of phytoncide oil itself could be obtained through the steam distillation.
 Keywords
phytoncide;extraction;pine tree;pine cone waste;steam distillation;
 Language
Korean
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