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Kinetic modeling of malondialdehyde reactivity in oil to simulate actual malondialdehyde formation upon lipid oxidation
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The reactivity of malondialdehyde in saturated glycerol triheptanoate oil was studied over a wide temperature range (298.15U+2013453.15 K). With respect to the non-ideal character of a lipid medium, a kinetic model was proposed that described the experimental malondialdehyde data by a reversible hydrolytic cleavage and an irreversible aldol self-condensation reaction. Significant parameter estimates were obtained by using a global one-step non-linear regression procedure. The aldol self-condensation of malondialdehyde showed to be the main degradation route of malondialdehyde in oils. Simulation of the malondialdehyde formation during lipid oxidation of sunflower oil demonstrated that, depending on the heating time, the experimentally obtained malondialdehyde concentrations can substantially underestimate the ongoing lipid oxidation.
Tijdschrift: FOOD RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL
Aantal pagina's: 1
Jaar van publicatie:2021