Young fustic (Cotinus coggygria ) LC

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cotinus coggygria. Photo by X. Zhang

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Description

A natural yellow dyestuff obtained from the wood of the smoketree, Cotinus coggygria (formerly Rhus cotinus). This small tree, also called Venetian sumac, is native to southern Europe, the Middle East, India and China.

Historical importance

Summary of results

The primary coloring compounds are fisetin and sulferitin. Young fustic has poor lightfastness.

Analytical instrumentation and procedures

Chromatograms

Absorbance at 350nm (mAU)


Sample information

sample information, By R. A. Laursen, Boston University

Identified compounds


Compound RT (min.) MW UV/vis Other
Fisetin 31.1 286 360 Comments here
Fustin 31.8 288 350
Sulfuretin 34.5 270 394
Butein 37.5 272 380

References

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