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 Using hydrodistillation-headspace solvent microextraction (HD-HSME) and GC-MS, 49 compounds were separated from star anise. Volatiles mainly included (E)-anethole (81.4%), limonene (6.5%), chavicol (2.1%), and anisaldehyde (1.8%). \\ Using hydrodistillation-headspace solvent microextraction (HD-HSME) and GC-MS, 49 compounds were separated from star anise. Volatiles mainly included (E)-anethole (81.4%), limonene (6.5%), chavicol (2.1%), and anisaldehyde (1.8%). \\
 [Determination of essential oil components of star anise (Illicium verum) using simultaneous hydrodistillation–static headspace liquid-phase microextraction–gas chromatography mass spectrometry.,​ Gholivand, M. B., Rahimi-Nasrabadi,​ M., Chalabi, H., Analytical Letters, Vol.42(10), 2009, 1382-1397] [Determination of essential oil components of star anise (Illicium verum) using simultaneous hydrodistillation–static headspace liquid-phase microextraction–gas chromatography mass spectrometry.,​ Gholivand, M. B., Rahimi-Nasrabadi,​ M., Chalabi, H., Analytical Letters, Vol.42(10), 2009, 1382-1397]
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 +"The volatile compounds from the pericarps of Illicium anisatum L., Illicium brevistylum A.C.Sm., Illicium griffithii Hook.f. & Thomson, Illicium henryi Diels, Illicium lanceolatum A.C.Sm., Illicium majus Hook.f. & Thomson, Illicium micranthum Dunn, and Illicium verum Hook.f. were examined by thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (TD-GC-MS). The volatiles desorbed from the pericarps of I. verum (Chinese star anise), the species traded for culinary purposes, were generally characterized by a high proportion of (E)-anethole (57.6-77.1%) and the presence of foeniculin; the latter was otherwise only detected in the pericarps of I. lanceolatum. In the pericarps of all other species analyzed, the percentage composition of (E)-anethole was comparatively lower (<​or=16.0%). The volatiles desorbed from the pericarps of the toxic I. anisatum (Japanese star anise) were characterized by the presence of asaricin, methoxyeugenol,​ and two other eugenol derivatives,​ none of which were detected in any of the other species examined."​ \\
 +[Howes, Melanie-Jayne R., Geoffrey C. Kite, and Monique SJ Simmonds. "​Distinguishing chinese star anise from Japanese star anise using thermal desorption− gas chromatography− mass spectrometry."​ Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 57.13 (2009): 5783-5789]
  
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