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Figure 1: Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry chromatogram of the essential oil of Lavandula officinalis. Peaks: (1) Camphene (2) β-Myrcene (3) Propanal (4) Geranylbromide (5) Cyclopentane carboxylic acid (6) Methylethylketone (7) Pentenone (8) Naphtalene (9) Isoborneol (10) Isobornylformate (11) Terpinen-4-ol (12) Bornyl acetate (13) Caryophyllen (14) Globulol (15) Cubenol (16) Isoaromadendrene epoxide. The essential oils were analyzed using an Agilent-Technologies 6890 N Network GC system equipped with a flame ionization detector and hydrogen peroxide -5MS capillary column (30 m × 0.25 mm, film thickness 0.25 μm)

Figure 1: Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry chromatogram of the essential oil of <i>Lavandula officinalis</i>. Peaks: (1) Camphene (2) β-Myrcene (3) Propanal (4) Geranylbromide (5) Cyclopentane carboxylic acid (6) Methylethylketone (7) Pentenone (8) Naphtalene (9) Isoborneol (10) Isobornylformate (11) Terpinen-4-ol (12) Bornyl acetate (13) Caryophyllen (14) Globulol (15) Cubenol (16) Isoaromadendrene epoxide. The essential oils were analyzed using an Agilent-Technologies 6890 N Network GC system equipped with a flame ionization detector and hydrogen peroxide -5MS capillary column (30 m × 0.25 mm, film thickness 0.25 μm)