Soybean lecithin: acetone insoluble residue fractionation and their volatile components

Authors

  • Y. El-Shattory Fats and Oils Dept. National Research Centre
  • Saadia M. Aly Fats and Oils Dept. National Research Centre

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3989/gya.2002.v53.i3.323

Keywords:

Acetic acid, Acetone, Benzene fractions, Degummed oil, Phospholipid, Soybean lecithin, Volatile components

Abstract


The acetone insoluble residue was isolated from soybean lecithin. This residue was solvent fractionated resulted in four fractions, namely, acetic acid soluble, acetic acid insoluble, benzene phase and benzene insoluble phase.
Concerning phospholipid constitution of these four fractions, it was found that the first fraction contains PC, PE and PI in percentages of 56.0, 21.6 and 19.0 respectively. The 2nd fraction makes 39 % PC and 60 % CER, besides some traces of PE and PI. The benzene phase is mainly all PC with some traces of PE. The last fraction is 80.6 % CER and 20 % PC. The fatty acid composition of these four fractions besides soluble in acetone, crude and degummed soybean oil and total phospholipids was recorded. Generally, it was found that the major saturated and unsaturated fatty acids were palmitic and linoleic. Volatile components of these samples except acetic acid insoluble were reported. Fourty nine compounds were separated. Thirty two components including aliphatic aldehydes, ketones, alcohols, esters and acids were identified. Aldehydes and ketones showed a changed through the seven samples. They increased by degumming.
4,5-Dimethylelisoxazole had a strong lecithin like flavour, so it can be used as an indicator for the degumming process.2-Pentylfuran showed a significant decrease by degumming. Other compounds, such as esters and alcohols had no distinguish effect on the volatile products through process.

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Published

2002-09-30

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El-Shattory Y, Aly SM. Soybean lecithin: acetone insoluble residue fractionation and their volatile components. grasasaceites [Internet]. 2002Sep.30 [cited 2022Dec.7];53(3):319-23. Available from: https://grasasyaceites.revistas.csic.es/index.php/grasasyaceites/article/view/323

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