TỐI ƯU HÓA ĐIỀU KIỆN CHIẾT XUẤT HỢP CHẤT PHENOL TỪ LÁ TRÀ ĐÀ LẠT CAMELLIA DALATENSIS LUONG, TRAN & HAKODA

Huỳnh Đình Dũng, Lữ Hoàng Trúc Linh, Lương Văn Dũng, Nguyễn Thị Tố Uyên, Trịnh Thị Điệp

Tóm tắt


Các điều kiện chiết xuất polyphenol từ lá Trà mi Đà Lạt (C. dalatensis) đã được tối ưu hóa bằng phương pháp quy hoạch thực nghiệm, sử dụng phần mềm Design-Expert.V11.1.0.1. Qua phương pháp tối ưu hóa bằng đáp ứng bề mặt, các điều kiện chiết xuất polyphenol tối ưu đã được xác định là: Dung môi chiết cồn 49.29%, nhiệt độ chiết 60oC, thời gian siêu âm 40 phút, kích thước nguyên liệu 0.5mm, và tỷ lệ dung môi/nguyên liệu 5.47.


Từ khóa


Camellia dalatensis; Chiết xuất Polyphenol; Phương pháp đáp ứng bề mặt; Tối ưu hóa chiết xuất.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.37569/DalatUniversity.9.2.530(2019)

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