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한국식품과학회지
→ 한국식품과학회지2018 ; 50(06): 565-571
Establishment of activated carbon treatment conditions and analytical methods to reduce polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons contents in soybean oil and perilla oil
콩기름과 들기름 내 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons 저감화를 위한 활성탄 처리조건 및 분석법 확립
Young-Ae Park1,*, So-Young Jung1, Nam-Hoon Kim1, Young-Ju Lee1, Ju-Yeon Jo1, Ouk-Hee Kim1,
Jin-Kyung Kim1, In-Sook Hwang1, Mi-Sun Hong1, Sang-Me Lee1, Young-Hee Oh1, and Kwon Jeong1
1Seoul Metropolitan Government Research Institute of Public Health and Environment
박영애1,*·정소영1·김남훈1·이영주1·조주연1·김욱희1·김진경1·
황인숙1·홍미선1·이상미1·오영희1·정권1
1서울시보건환경연구원
ABSTRACT
After adding eight different kinds of PAHs to soybean oil and perilla oil samples, changes of PAHs contents after activated carbon treatment with different conditions of activated carbon concentration, temperature, and time were investigated. PAHs contents decreased in both soybean oil and perilla oil with increasing activated carbon concentrations. Neither of the PAHs were detected in the soybean oil samples after the addition of only 0.05% of activated carbon, while the contents of most kinds of PAHs decreased below the limit of quantification in the perilla oil samples after the addition of up to 0.4% of activated carbon. PAHs contents decreased as the temperature of the activated carbon treatment increased, and most PAHs were not detected in the soybean oil samples at temperatures above 80°C. With regards to the activated carbon treatment time, the PAHs contents also decreased as the treatment time increased. In case of soybean oil, four kinds of PAHs were not detected after treatment with 0.05% of activated carbon at 70°C for 10 min.
KEYWORD
polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), activated carbon, soybean oil, perilla oil
한국식품과학회지 2018 Dec; 50(06): 565 - 571
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