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Volume 19, Issue 1 - Mar 1993
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GC/MS and its applications for the analysis of cosmetic produtcts
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 1~19
Gas chromatography serves to separate the mixtures into its components, and mass spectrometer is used to analyzing of unknown compounds. But there are many problems the identification of horn compounds using by GC only. As this reason GC/MS a very powerful analyzing technique. Mass spectrometer consists of 1) inlet stem 2) ion source 3) Bass filter 4) detectors and 5) data system. There are two analyzing modes in the GC/MS, those are scan and SIM(selected ion mom toping) modes. Scan mode is used when analyzing unknown compounds and SIM mode al lows the mass spectrometer to detect specific compound with very high sensitivity. As GC/MS applications for the analysis of cosmetic products, volatile compounds in lotion, earn foundation and hair color, and carbon distribution of fatty acids in soap were performed. Also as a new sample pre-treatment technique, head space sampler/GC/MS introduced in order to analyze the volatile compounds in a toothpaste.
A Study on the Elution Behavior of Pd-Isonitroso ethylacetoacetate imine Chelates by Reversed-phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 20~30
Liquid Chromatographic behavior of Pd(II) in Isonitosoethylacetoacetate imine IEAA-NR: R=H, CH3, C2H5, n-C3H7, n-C4H9, C6H5-CH2) Chelates were investigated by reversed phase high performance 1iquid chromatography on Micropak MCH-5 Column using Methanol /water as mobile phase. The optimum condition for the separation of Pd-Isonitrosoethylacetoacetate imine chelates were examined with respect to the flow rate, mobile phase strength. It was found that Pd(IEAA-NR)2 chelates were eluted in an acceptable range of the capacity factor value (0
1), The dependence of the logarithm of capacity factor(k') on the volume fraction of water in mixture with in the binary mobile phase was examined. Also, the dependence of k'on the liquid-liquid extraction distribution constant in methanol-water / n-alkane extraction system was on system was invert tigated for Pd(IEAA-NR)2. Both kinds of dependence are linear, which suggests that the retention of the electroneutral metal chelates be largely due to the solvophobic effect.
Analysis of Volatile Compounds in the Gardenia Absoulute Oil
Ha, Chang-Gyu ; Yang, Hae-Ju ; Yun, Seok-Sin ;
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 31~56
The characteristic aroma of Gardenia Absolute Oil made from Gardenia Jasminoides Ellis was investigated by GC and GC-MSD and by sensory evaluation The method of GC Analysis was used Double Column System by Carbowax 20M /SPB-1 of Pola/nonPola columns. And the result data of analysis was checked automatic Relent ion Indexs Match System by GC Workstation. A total of 51 compounds were identified in Gardenia Absolute Oil, including t entatively erstimated 9 compounds. The major components were Linalool, Farnesene of various form, Jasmin Lactone, Gamma undecalactone and Cis-3-hexone derivatives.
A STUDY ON A COMPARISON BETWEEN IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO PHOTOTOXICITY TEST
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 57~76
Phototoxicity is a complex phenomenon which may involve photochemical reaction and biological response mechanism. This complexicity and iii mal protecting tendency has led to the development of various in-vitro approaches as sensitive, alternative test to the in-vivo phototoxicity test. In this study, we investigated not only the sensitivity of two microorganism, (C. albicans and 5. typhimurium TA 98 about UV) but also a correlation between in-vitro and in-vivo phototoxicity test using UV A and 1 Furthermore, we studied the effect of irradiation method which were as follows 1) irradiate to material and microorganism, simultaneously 2) irradiate to only material 3) irradiate to material and microorganism, respectively In each irradiation method, it showed no significant difference, However we were able to observe the more sensitive phototoxicity in S. typhimurium TA 98 than C. albicans, and the results of in-vitro test using 5. typhimurium TA 98 had a good correlation with those of in-vivo test.
Antimicrobial components from Galla Rhois
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 77~84
Two acardic acids showing antimicrobial activity against Propionibacterium acnes ATCC 6919, were isolated from Galla Rhois. They were identified as 6-pentadec-8-enyl salicylic acid and 6-pentadecyl aslicylic acid on the base of spectroscopic evidence.
A Study of Mixing Characteristics for Cosmetic Pine Powder
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 85~107
The cosmetic fine powders were mixed with variation of mixing time(5) in the mixers (ribbon mixer, powder mixer, micropulverizer and fine impact mill). The powders were nixed with small amount of ferric oxide. as tracer. The mixed powders ere measured the particle size distribution, specific surface area and surface color with mixing time (s). The color variation, particle size distribution and specific surface area of the mixed powder exist a relationship with mining time(s) that can be expressed as mathematical equations to show the degree of the mixing of the powder mixture. The linear velocity of the impellar tip is the main factor contributing to he mixing efficiency of the mixers un this study. According to the linear velocity, he mixers used are devieded as convection mixing (ribbon mixer), sclera mixing powder mixer) and diffusion mixing (micropulverizer/fine impact mill).
The Functions of Polyoxyethylene Tocopherylethers in the Formulations of Cosmetics
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 108~126
The functions of polyoxyethylene tocopheryl ethers [POE(n)TEs] in emulsion, solubilization and gel were studied. For emulsification of liquid paraffin, POE(10)TE showed better emulsifying effect in O/W emulsions than others tested. The effects of oil and polyol content on the formulation of W/O and O/W emulsions were also studied. In O/W emulsion, the viscosity was increased by increasing the liquid paraffin content, at about 70%, and slightly increased by increasing the propylene glycol content, However, in W/O emulsion, the viscosity was decreased by increasing the oil content, and also decreased by increasing the propylene glycol content, For solubilization of perfume oil, POE(18)TE showed better solubilizing effect than the others tested. The gelling effect of POE(n)TEs increased with ethylene oxide chain length up to 50 moles. The gelling property was evaluated for hardness and viscosity.
Preparation f emulsion by Microfluidizer
Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea, volume 19, issue 1, 1993, Pages 127~138
This study was investigated optimal conditions which were necessary to prepare emulsion of four component systems by the Microfluidizer. Squalane, isopropyl myristate, PPG-15 stearyl benzoate ester were used as an oil and POE(20) sorbitan monolaurate, POE(20) sorbitan monopalmitate, POE(20) sorbitan monostearate, glycerine were selected as a cosurfactant and surfactant. The emulsion was affected by the operating pressure, the recycle frequency and oil, surfactant, cosurfactant phase. The operating pressure and recycle frequency increased, the droplet diameter of emulsion decreased and was constant later. In this study, the optimal pressure and recycle frequency were 1400 bar, 4 cycles. The droplet size was the smallest when the concentration of glycerine was 30 wt.%. As the oil phase is increased, the size is increased.