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stability of ascorbic acid in bottled cranberry-based beverages under home-use conditions

Geoffrey K. Wong

stability of ascorbic acid in bottled cranberry-based beverages under home-use conditions

by Geoffrey K. Wong

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vitamin C -- Oxidation.,
  • Fruit juices -- Storage.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Geoffrey K. Wong.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination101 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15528052M

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Stability of ascorbic acid in bottled cranberry-based beverages under home-use conditions by Geoffrey K. Wong Download PDF EPUB FB2

The HPLC data revealed a significant decrease of AA during the storage of both juice drinks resulting in losses of 35% and 27% in the cranberry and cranapple drinks, respectively. The loss of ascorbic acid was offset by the simultaneous increase of DHA (a biologically active vitamin) so that the sum of AA+DHA decreased 13% and 0% in the cranberry and cranapple drinks Author: Geoffrey K.

Wong. Graduation date: Commercially bottled, vitamin C-fortified, cranberry\ud juice cocktail and cranberry-apple (cranapple) juice\ud drinks were stored at 5°C under simulated home-use\ud conditions.

Ascorbic acid (AA) and dehydroascorbic acid. The stabilizing effect of two levels of cysteine and sodium metabisulphite on vitamin C (l-ascorbic acid) in bottled orange juice kept at room temperature was investigated.

Although increasing the level of either chemical stabilizer from to ppm had a significant stabilizing effect (p), this did not prevent decline of ascorbic Cited by: Label claims for the frozen juice concentrates differed, % and % of the daily value (DV), equating to 78 and 96 mg vitamin C per cup.

Hence, the frozen juice concentrates contained at least 80% of Cited by: solutions and creams, ascorbic acid is susceptible to air and light and undergoes oxidative degradation to dehydroascorbic acid and further to inactive products. The degradation is influenced by oxygen, temperature, viscosity and pH of the medium and is also catalyzed by metal ions, particularly Cu 2+, Fe, and Zn 2.

Formulation and Stability of Ascorbic Acid in Topical Preparations Article (PDF Available) in Systematic Reviews in Pharmacy 2(2) July with 4, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Vitamin C, otherwise known as ascorbic acid content of fruits varies with the type of fruits, exposure to the sun and other growing condition (Franke et al., ).

It is likely to be higher in early fruits than in late fruit [1]. The stability of ascorbic acid. ded vitamin C.

The objective of this paper was to determine the amount of ascorbic acid lost in beverages applying different preservation methods and storage condition.

Beve-rage was made in laboratory conditions with synthetic L-ascorbic acid added according to the national legislations.

After 30 days of storage at oC ascorbic acid. L-ascorbic acid - 5,6-O-isopropylidene-L-ascorbic acid precursor fufural degradation product Figure 1.

Graph of L-ascorbic acid purity and production date of powder samples of L-ascorbic acid. Materials and Reagents Samples: L-ascorbic acid. The minimal daily requirement for ascorbic acid in healthy adults is 40 to 60 mg., Ascorbic acid is a water-soluble vitamin and is extensively used as such or in the form of a derivative such as sodium.

Ascorbic Acid Ultra Fine Powder is freely soluble in water (approx. 30 g per mL), sparingly soluble in alcohol (approx.

2 g per mL) and practically insoluble in ether, petroleum ether, chloroform, oils and fats. Stability and storage Ascorbic Acid.

Title: THE STABILITY OF ASCORBIC ACID IN BOTTLED CRANBERRY-BASED BEVERAGES UNDER HOME-USE CONDITIONS. Abstract approved: _.

Allen F. Anglemier Commercially bottled, vitamin C-fortified, cranberry juice cocktail and cranberry-apple (cranapple) juice drinks were stored at 50C under simulated home-use conditions. In an acid aqueous solution, ascorbic acid was converted to 2-furoic acid and 3-hydroxypyrone via dehydroascorbic acid under aerobic conditions, whereas under anaerobic conditions, ascorbic.

Factors affecting formulation characteristics and stability of ascorbic acid in water-in-oil creams. Sheraz MA(1), Khan MF, Ahmed S, Kazi SH, Khattak SR, Ahmad I.

Author information: (1)Baqai Institute of. Stability of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) in tablets. Rubin SH, DeRitter E, Johnson JB. Stability of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in various tablet formulations and the nature and extent of formation of decomposition products (dehydroascorbic acid, diketogulonic acid, and oxalic acid.

Ascorbic acid in beer. I'm visiting the French Alps at the moment, and one of the highlights of my trip has been the quite excellent modern European craft beer from Brasserie Du Mont Blanc (literally "The. Ascorbic acid also promotes healthy cell development, proper calcium absorption, and normal cell growth and repair.

It assists in the prevention of blood clotting and bruising, and strengthens capillary walls. A review of the properties of L-ascorbic acid. The data on the excretion of ascorbic and dehydroascorbic acid in sweat, with the exception of those contained in a later paper by of to y of ascorbic acid per hour: Stability tests of ascorbic Urinary Excretion of Ascorbic Acid under Various Conditions.

Safety Data Sheet according to 29CFR/ and GHS Rev. 3 Effective date: Page 3 of 7 Ascorbic Acid, Reagent Grade Created by Global Safety Management, Inc.

-Tel:. Take 1 Heaping Teaspoon (5, mg) Vitamin C Crystals (l-ascorbic acid crystals) with one-half teaspoon (2, mg) of baking soda (Sodium bicarbonate), in an 8 ounce glass of water or juice. The stability of ascorbic acid was investigated in certain fruit juice and aqueous vehicles between pH – at 37 and 55° in the presence of per cent citric acid, per cent EDTA, per cent.

I routinely ingest enough L-ascorbic acid each day to develop two rolls of film. However, it's not the only developing agent I routinely and intentionally ingest (nor, I'd guess, is that the case for you): I also routinely consume about half a roll worth of caffeic acid, as found in coffee, and a similar capacity of tannic acid .Under the stated assay conditions this me thod is specific for L-ascorbic acid.

Only D-arabo-ascorbic acid (iso-ascorbic acid) is determined simultaneously (see pt. 13) with reduced speed. Results of 94 to % will be achieved in the analysis of freshly produced L-ascorbic acid .