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Euonymus alatus, is a common plant throughout China. Studies have shown that Euonymus alatus. can be used not only as an ornamental plant but also in medicine. In this paper, the active constituents of the Euonymus alatus. shoots collected in the field were studied to explore their development process and utilization value. By FT-IR, GC-MS, and TGA-DTG analysis of Euonymus alatus. shoot extract, it was found that Euonymus alatus. contains a large number of chemicals useful in the medical, spice, and chemical industries. It was also observed that Euonymus alatus. can be used as a bioenergy source with high utilization value.
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