The oil of Piperpierrei C.DC. (local name Teau nlii, Tieu pierrei - Piper grown on the mountain) was isolated from its aerial parts by hydrodistillation. The oil was analyzed for the first time by high resolution GC, GC/MS and 13C-NMR. It contained more than 80 constituents of which 67 compounds have been identified. The major components were a-methylbenzyl cinnamate (28.0%) and an isomeric methylbenzyl cinnamate (18.1%), esters never found before.
|Journal||Journal of Essential Oil Research|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
Leclercq, P. A., Genderen, van, M. H. P., Thanh, L., Khien, P. V., & Dung, N. X. (1997). Composition of the essential oil from the aerial parts of Piper pierrei C.DC. from Vietnam. Journal of Essential Oil Research, 9, 721-724.