top of page
Aromatic Volatiles Standard Mixture

Standard mixture solution for chromatography and mass spectrometry


Use: Gas Chromatography (GC)

Use: Compounds identification, MS2 transitions, retention time acquisition, in-house digital library, method development


Suitable for: GCMS, GC-MS/MS, GC-QTOF, GC-FID

Suitable for: Single quadrupole MS, triple quadrupole MS (QQQ), QTOF, Orbitrap

Suitable for: Human metabolomics, plant metabolomics, foodomics, food analysis, volatilomics (VOC analysis), cannabis and vape analysis, wine and beer analysis





-Find the retention time of the molecules after changing the method
-Find the retention time of molecules after changing the column
-Use the standards to make calibration curves for quantification


GCMS (single quad)
-Find the retention time of molecules after changing the method
-Add the compounds to your in-house library for enhanced compound search/identification with RT and M/z value


GCMS/MS (triple quad)
-Acquire and optimize the transition ions for each molecule using your instrument specific settings
-Use the standards to make calibration curves for quantification


-Use the standards to make calibration curves for quantification
-Add the compounds to your in-house library for enhanced search with RT and M/z value



From food and beverage to leather, smoke and perfumes, phenolic volatile compounds are canonical elements of many odors and tastes we experience in our daily routines. Analysis of such volatile organic compounds (VOCs) volatiles by gas chromatography (GC) is abundantly used to try the quality of the related products. Using mixtures of standards provides the advantage of recording chromatograms and mass spectra of tens to hundreds of compounds in one run, making the analysis and calibration faster. Our Aromatic Volatiles Mix is designed to provide the highest resolution chromatogram for GC compatible methods as well as a high purity single peak spectrum for each molecule. All compounds come in 1.0 mM concentration in methanol and can be used for identification and quantification.


  • 101 molecules, high purity, single peak, completely resolved
  • Fully quantitative, 1.0mM in methanol.
  • 12 High recovery sets of five 200 uL microampules. Using microampules allows you to keep the unused amount in the sealed glass container.
  • Contains an internal standard to adjust your retention time with IS lock
  • No isobaric interference means there are no two compounds with the same molecular formula in a microampule. This design allows identification by low resolution single quad mass spectrometer without a need for digital libraries for identification.

Aromatic Volatiles Standard Mixture

  • List of compounds

    1. 1-Methoxy-2-methylbenzene (HMDB0032074, CAS 578-58-5, FEMA 2680)
    2. 2'-Hydroxyacetophenone (HMDB0032568, CAS 118-93-4, FEMA 3548)
    3. 4-Acetyltoluene (HMDB0032608, CAS 122-00-9, FEMA 2677)
    4. 2',4'-Dimethylacetophenone (HMDB0032140, CAS 89-74-7, FEMA 2387)
    5. 2-Methoxyacetophenone (HMDB0032569, CAS 579-74-8, FEMA 4163)
    6. 2,6-Dimethoxyphenol (HMDB0034158, CAS 91-10-1)
    7. 2',4'-Dihydroxyacetophenone (4-Acetylresorcinol) (HMDB0029657, CAS 89-84-9)
    8. Anisole (HMDB0033895, CAS 100-66-3, FEMA 2097)
    9. Catechol (HMDB0000957, CAS 120-80-9)
    10. 4-Allylanisole (HMDB0034121, CAS 140-67-0, FEMA 2411)
    11. 4-n-propylphenol (HMDB0032625, CAS 645-56-7, FEMA 3649)
    12. Carvacrol (HMDB0035770, CAS 499-75-2)
    13. 1,3,5-Trimethoxybenzene (HMDB0059963, CAS 621-23-8)
    14. Acetovanillone (4′-Hydroxy-3′-methoxyacetophenone) (PUBCHEMCID2214, CAS 498-02-2)
    15. Vanitrope (PUBCHEMCID5354280, CAS 94-86-0, FEMA 2922)
    16. Asarone (HMDB0031469, CAS 2883-98-9)
    17. m-Cresol (HMDB0002048, CAS 108-39-4, FEMA 3530)
    18. 4-Ethylphenol (HMDB0029306, CAS 123-07-9, FEMA 3156)
    19. 4-Methylguaiacol (HMDB0032136, CAS 93-51-6, FEMA 2671)
    20. Ethyl salicylate (HMDB0029817, CAS 118-61-6, FEMA 2458)
    21. 4-Methoxyacetophenone (HMDB0032570, CAS 100-06-1, FEMA 2005)
    22. 4-Hydroxyacetophenone (HMDB0007469, CAS 99-93-4, FEMA 4330)
    23. 4-(4-Methoxyphenyl)-2-butanone (PUBCHEMCID61007, CAS 104-20-1, FEMA 2672)
    24. Elemicin (PUBCHEMCID10248, CAS 487-11-6)
    25. Ethyl vanillate (PUBCHEMCID12038, CAS 617-05-0)
    26. 4-Methylanisole (HMDB0032076, CAS 104-93-8, FEMA 2681)
    27. P-Cresol (HMDB0002048, CAS 106-44-5, FEMA 2337)
    28. n-Butyl phenyl ether (PUBCHEMCID14311, CAS 1126-79-0)
    29. Hydroquinone (HMDB0002434, CAS 123-31-9)
    30. 4-Ethoxyphenol (PUBCHEMCID12150, CAS 622-62-8, FEMA 3695)
    31. Eugenol (HMDB0005809, CAS 97-53-0, FEMA 2467)
    32. 3-Hydroxyacetophenone (PUBCHEMCID8487, CAS 121-71-1)
    33. 3,5-Dimethoxyphenol (HMDB0059966, CAS 500-99-2)
    34. Methyl 4-methoxyphenylpropionate (PUBCHEMCID300018, CAS 15823-04-8)
    35. o-Cresol (HMDB0002055, CAS 95-48-7, FEMA 3480)
    36. 1,3-Dimethoxybenzene (PUBCHEMCID9025, CAS 151-10-0, FEMA 2385)
    37. 2-Isopropylphenol (PUBCHEMCID6943, CAS 88-69-7, FEMA 3461)
    38. Resorcinol (HMDB0032037, CAS 108-46-3, FEMA 3589)
    39. trans-Anethole (HMDB0030837, CAS 104-46-1)
    40. O-Eugenol (PUBCHEMCID347577, CAS 579-60-2, FEMA 4490)
    41. 1,2,4-Trimethoxybenzene (PUBCHEMCID67284, CAS 135-77-3)
    42. 2',6'-Dihydroxyacetophenone (HMDB0029660, CAS 699-83-2)
    43. Phenyl acetate (HMDB0040733, CAS 122-79-2, FEMA 3958)
    44. 2,5-Dimethylphenol (PUBCHEMCID7267, CAS 95-87-4, FEMA 3595)
    45. 1,4-Dimethoxybenzene (PUBCHEMCID9016, CAS 150-78-7, FEMA 2387)
    46. p-Propyl anisole (PUBCHEMCID7702, CAS 104-45-0, FEMA 2930)
    47. 4'-Methylpropiophenone (PUBCHEMCID21429, CAS 5337-93-9)
    48. 1,2,3-Trimethoxybenzene (PUBCHEMCID12642, CAS 634-36-6)
    49. 4-Methoxyphenylacetone (PUBCHEMCID31231, CAS 122-84-9, FEMA 2674)
    50. Salicylamide (HMDB0015687, CAS 65-45-2)
    51. 3',4'-Dihydroxyacetophenone (4-Acetocatechol) (HMDB0029661, CAS 1197-09-7)
    52. Propoxybenzene (PU