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Adsorption characteristics of adsorbent resins and antioxidant capacity for enrichment of phenolics from two-phase olive waste



Adsorption characteristics of adsorbent resins and antioxidant capacity for enrichment of phenolics from two-phase olive waste



Journal of Chromatography. B Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences 1040: 38-46



In this study, the adsorption properties of nine resins including polyamide resin (30-60), polyamide resin (60-100) AB-8, S-8, D-101, NKA-9, NKA-II, XDA-1 and XDA-4 for enrichment phenolics of the olive waste were investigated. XDA-1 and NKA-II were chosen for further study due to their outstanding adsorption and desorption capacity. XDA-1 and NKA-II had similar adsorption and desorption behaviors for phenolics of olive waste. The adsorption mechanism could be better explained by pseudo second-order kinetics model and Freundlich isotherm model, and the adsorption processes were spontaneously and exothermic. The experiment of gradient elution were carried out through treated XDA-1 resins column, the result indicated the total phenolics were mainly obtained from the 40% and 60% ethanol fraction. The order of antioxidant capacity by DPPH  , ABTS+ radical and FRAP assay was similar with the content of phenolics from fraction elution. The compositions of phenolics from different elution fractions were determined by reversed phase-HPLC-DAD method. Gallic acid, hydroxytyrosol, tyrosol and ferulic acid were the major constituent in the fraction elute, and the content of hydroxytyrosol reached to the 41.69mg/g. The above results revealed the synergistic effects of the different phenolics contribute to the antioxidant capacity.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.jchromb.2016.11.023


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