Effect of different reversed micelles on autooxidation and photooxidation of stripped corn oil
Keywords:Autooxidation, Corn oil, Lecithin, Methyl glucose dioleate, Oxidation, Photooxidation, Polyglyceryl-3-oleate, Reversed micelles
The effect of reversed micelles (RMs) in combination with α -tocopherol and Trolox was evaluated on the autooxidation and photooxidation of stripped corn oil. Oxidation was followed by measuring hydroperoxide and hexanal formation. RMs affected the oil oxidation stability to a degree depending on the surfactant used. Lecithin RMs caused a stronger decrease in oxidation than polyglyceryl-3-oleate RMs and methylglucose dioleate RMs. All RMs reduced the inhibition of oxidation when added in combination with external antioxidant.
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