Terpene Standards Mixture

Standard mixture solution for chromatography and mass spectrometry

Terpenes Standard Mix (98)

 

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: Human metabolomics, plant metabolomics, foodomics, food analysis, volatilomics, cannabis and vape analysis, wine and beer analysis

 

Applications: 

 

GC/FID
-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

 

GCMS/MS (QTOF)
-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

 

Terpenes and terpenoids are the main ingredient of the commercial fragrance and artificial flavors in food products. They are naturally synthesized as secondary metabolites by plants and occur plentiful in nature. Terpenes can be detected in human biofluids such as urine, serum and feces after food consumption. Terpene analysis is an essential part of the food and cannabis analysis and accurate measurement of these compounds can help enhance food quality. The MetaSci Terpene Standard Mixture is the most comprehensive terpene mixture for analysis in the world. The mixture is composed of 98 terpene and terpenoids that are commonly found in plants and food. The mixture is especially designed to work with any GC system equipped with a mass spectrometer. The special design of the mixture makes is possible to utilize a single quadropole MS as well as a QQQ or a QTOF for identification and building an in-house library with instrument specific retention time and mass spectra data. All mixtures contain a 1.0 mM solution of the terpenes in methanol and an internal standard is present to adjust the retention time and to help with the quantification.

 

Features: 

 

  • 98 terpenes, high purity, single peak, completely resolved
  • Fully quantitative, 1mM in MeOH.
  • 12 High recovery sets with 8-9 terpenes in each. Each set contains five microampules of 200 uL . Using microampules allows you to keep the unused amount in the sealed glass container.
  • Packed under argon
  • 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.


        

 

 

Terpene Standards Mixture

  • 1. (-)-Isopulegol (CAS 89-79-2)
    2. (-)-β-Pinene (CAS 18172-67-3)
    3. (-)-Fenchone (CAS 7787-20-4)
    4. Linalyl acetate (CAS 115-95-7)
    5. (S)-(−)-β-Citronellol (CAS 7540-51-4)
    6. Citronellyl acetate (CAS 150-84-5)
    7. Guaiazulene (CAS 489-84-9)
    8. Parthenolide (CAS 20554-84-1)
    9. Nerol (CAS 106-25-2)
    10. (R)-(+)-Limonene (CAS 5989-27-5)
    11. (+)-Camphor (CAS 464-49-3)
    12. (1R,2R,5R)-(+)-2-Hydroxy-3-pinanone (CAS 24047-72-1)
    13. Tetrahydrolinalool (CAS 78-69-3)
    14. Camphorquinone (CAS 10373-78-1)
    15. Santonin (CAS 481-06-1)
    16. 3,3-Dimethylacrylic acid (Senecioic acid) (CAS 541-47-9)
    17. Isoamyl alcohol (CAS 123-51-3)
    18. (+)-β-Citronellene (CAS 10281-55-7)
    19. L-Menthone (CAS 14073-97-3)
    20. (1S)-(+)-3-Carene (CAS 498-15-7)
    21. Bornyl acetate (CAS 76-49-3)
    22. 4-Allylanisole (CAS 140-67-0)
    23. Methyl Jasmonate (mixture of isomers) (CAS 39924-52-2)
    24. Linalyl propionat (CAS 144-39-8)
    25. Sclareolide (CAS 564-20-5)
    26. Sabinene Hydrate (CAS 564-79-2)
    27. (+)-Fenchol (CAS  2217-02-9)
    28. (S)-(−)-Limonene (CAS 5989-54-8)
    29. (-)-Myrtenol (CAS 19894-97-4)
    30. Piperitone (mixture of enantiomers, predominantly (R)-(-)-form) (CAS 89-81-6)
    31. (S)-(+)-Ketopinic Acid (CAS 40724-67-2)
    32. Terpin Monohydrate (CAS  2451-01-6)
    33. Linalyl Butyrate (CAS 78-36-4)
    34. 3-Methylcyclopentadecanone (CAS 541-91-3)
    35. (S)-(-)-Citronellal (CAS  5949-05-3)
    36. (+)-α-Pinene (CAS 7785-70-8)
    37. (+)-β-Citronellol (CAS 1117-61-9)
    38. Hinokitiol (CAS 499-44-5)
    39. α-Damascone (CAS 43052-87-5)
    40. p-Cymene (CAS 99-87-6)
    41. Geranyl linalool (mixture of isomers) (CAS 1113-21-9)
    42. β-Homocyclocitral (CAS 472-66-2)
    43. Eucalyptol (CAS 470-82-6)
    44. (±)-Camphene (CAS 79-92-5)
    45. (R)-(+)-Pulegone  (CAS 89-82-7)
    46. (±)-Menthol (CAS 89-78-1)
    47. L-Menthyl acetate (CAS 2623-23-6)
    48. trans-β-Farnesene (CAS 18794-84-8)
    49. (+)-Nootkatone (CAS 4674-50-4)
    50. Sclareol (CAS 515-03-7)
    51. Isoprenyl alcohol (Isoprenol) (CAS 115-18-4)
    52. Isoprenol (CAS 763-32-6)
    53. Angelic acid (CAS 565-63-9)
    54. (±)-Isoborneol (CAS 124-76-5)
    55. Terpinolene (CAS 586-62-9)
    56. (+)-(S)-Carvone (CAS 2244-16-8)
    57. (1S,2S,3R,5S)-(+)-2,3-Pinanediol (CAS 18680-27-8)
    58. β-Ionone (CAS 79-77-6)
    59. β-Caryophyllene (CAS 87-44-5)
    60. (+)-Borneol (CAS 464-43-7)
    61. γ-Terpinene  (CAS 99-85-4)
    62. L-(-)-Carvone (CAS 6485-40-1)
    63. Isobornyl acetate (CAS 125-12-2)
    64. Tetrahydrogeraniol (CAS 106-21-8)
    65. Geranyl Tiglate (CAS 7785-33-3)
    66. Methyl-3,3-dimethyl acrylate (CAS 924-50-5)
    67. Squalene (CAS 111-02-4)
    68. Linalool (CAS 78-70-6)
    69. α-Terpinene (CAS 99-86-5)
    70. (S)-(-)-Perillyl alcohol (CAS 18457-55-1)
    71. Eugenol (CAS 97-53-0)
    72. Phytol (CAS 7541-49-3)
    73. (-)-Camphanic acid (CAS 13429-83-9)
    74. Prenol (CAS 556-82-1)
    75. Terpinen-4-ol (CAS 562-74-3)
    76. trans-Nerolidol (CAS 40716-66-3)
    77. 1R,2R,3S,5R)-(-)-Pinanediol (CAS 22422-34-0)
    78. (−)-Caryophyllene oxide (CAS 1139-30-6)
    79. Verbenol (CAS 18881-04-4)
    80. cis-β-Ocimene (CAS 13877-91-3, 13877-91-3)
    81. trans-β-Ocimene (CAS 13877-91-3, 3779-61-1)
    82. α-Terpineol (CAS 10482-56-1)
    83. Thymol (CAS 89-83-8)
    84. Neryl acetate (CAS 141-12-8)
    85. α-Humulene (CAS 6753-98-6)
    86. (+)-Cedrol  (CAS 77-53-2)
    87. (−)-α-Bisabolol (CAS 23089-26-1)
    88. Isophytol (CAS 505-32-8)
    89. Tiglic acid (CAS 80-59-1)
    90. 1,4-Cineole (CAS 470-67-7)
    91. Dihydrolinalool (CAS 18479-51-1)
    92. (-)-Verbenone (CAS 1196-01-6)
    93. Carvacrol (CAS 499-75-2)
    94. Geranyl acetate (CAS 105-87-3)
    95. (+)-δ-Cadinene (CAS 483-76-1)
    96. trans,trans-Farnesol (CAS 106-28-5)
    97. Thymoquinon (CAS 490-91-5)
    98. Isovaleric acid (CAS 503-74-2)