СПЕКТРОФОТОМЕТРИЧЕСКАЯ ОЦЕНКА ЖЕЛЕЗОВОССТАНАВЛИВАЮЩЕЙ СПОСОБНОСТИ РАСТВОРИМОГО КОФЕ

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Tsiupko, T. G.; Tishchenko, E. A.; Voronova, O. B.;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Ural Federal University
  • Journal: Analitika i kontrol` (Analytics and control) (issn: 2073-1450, eissn: 2073-1442)

The methods of antioxidant activity determination of foodstuffs using different indicator systems were discussed. The investigation of ferric reducing power (FRP) of coffee and its individual phenolic components such as chlorogenic (CGA), caffeic (СА), ferulic (FA), gal... View more
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