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Funcionality assessment of Citrus Hysteria peel as a protective barrier using gas chromatography

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The aim of this study was to analyse the volatile fractions of fruit peel and pulp using two-dimensional gas chromatography technique coupled with mass spectrometry. The isolation of the compounds was achieved by microextraction to the stationary phase from the headspace of the sample (HS-SPME). Mass spectrometry with time-of-flight analyser (TOF-MS) was used to identify the chemical compounds. There are no reports in the literature on the use of these analytical techniques for Citrus hysteria fruit studies. It has been shown that the peel is a more aromatic part of the fruit. The potential distinguishing features of Kaffir lime have also been highlighted.

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Title of issue:
Proceedings of the 13th International Students Conference "Modern Analytical Chemistry"
Language:
English
Publication year:
2017
Bibliographic description:
Lubinska-Szczygeł M., Dymerski T., Namieśnik J..: Funcionality assessment of Citrus Hysteria peel as a protective barrier using gas chromatography, W: Proceedings of the 13th International Students Conference "Modern Analytical Chemistry", 2017, Charles University, Faculty of Science,.
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