COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTIC OF THE COMPONENT OF ISOPROPANOL AND WATER-ISOPROPANOL EXTRACT OF GRAPE-SQUEEZE VARIETY VITISLABRUSCA × VITISVINIFERA
Vorobiova Viktoriia, National Technical University of Ukraine “Kiev Polytechnical Institute”, Kiev, Ukraine
Chyhyrynets Olena, National Technical University of Ukraine “Kiev Polytechnical Institute”, Kiev, Ukraine
Shakyn Anastasia, National Technical University of Ukraine “Kiev Polytechnical Institute”, Kiev, Ukraine
Urgency of the research. Environmental sustainability concerns and the elevated costs of developing synthetic products created the trend in the manufacture of cosmetic products aimed primarily at creating new recipes using complex biologically active substances (BAS) from natural products.
Target settingю. Therefore, the actual problem is finding promising types of plant material for obtain practically important compounds.
Actual scientific researches and issues analysis. In earlier works by authors can also find information about possible applications of the crests of grapes and its 2-propanol extracted compounds for the development of products with a biological value. However, the extract contains a small amount of water-soluble antioxidants, which is due the type of extractant.
Uninvestigated parts of general matters defining. At the same time still not clarified the Possibility Use of other waste industry grape such as grapes of pomace for obtaining compounds of natural origin.
The research objective. In this sense It is necessary a comparative study of the quality of the different grape pomace extracts when used for extraction 2-propanol and aqueous 2-propanol solution.
The statement of basic materials. By gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) studied component composition of the isopropanol extract of grape pomace (family Vítis varieties Vitislabrusca × Vitisvinifera.). As part of the isopropanol extract of grape pomace contains 22 individual component present in an amount greater than 0.1%. Analysis of the composition indicated that the main components are the aldehydes (caproic, enanthic, phenylacetaldehyde, butanal, nonanal, citral), fatty acids (hexadecanoic, linoleic and (9Z)-Oktadetsenovaya acid), as well as terpene compound. As part of the water-isopropanol extract further identified phenolic compounds.. Infrared spectral analysis confirmed the presence of functional groups which are established by connections.
Conclusions A significant portion of biologically active substances comprise aldehydes and fatty acids. Confirmed ability to use 2-propanol and aqueous 2-propanol extracts pomace grape to create cosmetics and products with high biological value.
Grapes V. Labrusca, 2-propanol, water 2-propanol, extract, gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, alcohols, aldehydes, terpene compounds
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