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Linalyl acetate and other compounds with related structures as antioxidants in heated soybean oil
Journal of the Agricultural and Food Chemistry
  • Pearlly S. Yan, Iowa State University
  • Pamela J. White, Iowa State University
Document Type
Article
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
10-1-1990
DOI
10.1021/jf00100a005
Abstract
Linalyl acetate and undecylenic acid were studied to determine their abilities to reduce oxidative changes in soybean oil held at frying temperature. All compounds to be tested were added to soybean oil and heated to 180 "C for 56-70 h. Fatty acid changes and conjugated diene formation were monitored. Acetylation of linalool to linalyl acetate (LA) caused the formation of many byproducts, which were separated by thin-layer chromatography into three bands. The materials isolated from the bands were tested and found to be equally effective antioxidants. Purchased LA had an antioxidant effect similar to that of the bands. The LA materials from the bands were further purified and identified by GC-MS. All the effective compounds were similar in structure to LA. Undecylenic acid provided some protective effect but less than that of LA, which had less antioxidant effect than i17-avenasterol and poly- (dimethylsiloxane).
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Reprinted (adapted) with permission from Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 38(10); 1904-1908. Doi:10.1021/jf00100a005. Copyright 1990 American Chemical Society."

Copyright Owner
American Chemical Society
Language
en
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application/pdf
Citation Information
Pearlly S. Yan and Pamela J. White. "Linalyl acetate and other compounds with related structures as antioxidants in heated soybean oil" Journal of the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Vol. 38 Iss. 10 (1990) p. 1904 - 1908
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/pamela_white/54/