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Capillary Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry And Identification Of Substituted Carboxylic Acids In Lipids Extracted From A 4000-year-old Nubian Burial.

F. O. Gülaçar, A. Buchs, A. Susini
Published 1989 · Chemistry, Medicine

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Polar carboxylic acid fractions of lipids extracted from samples from a 4000-year-old Nubian mummy were investigated by capillary gas chromatography mass spectrometry. They contain series of alpha,omega-dicarboxy, monohydroxy, dihydroxy and keto fatty acids, some of which were found for the first time outside the synthetic laboratory. Their chromatographic and mass spectrometric characteristic properties are reported.
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