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The highest unsaturated level is rice bran oil. The key point, however, is that the NMR results tally very well with the GC-FID data, validating the low-field NMR method and the peak area data analysis. The apparently greater scatter in the saturated data points is due in part to the chain of calculation mentioned above, but is also an artefact of the different plot scales. Developments are already in progress that will improve the agreement between the two approaches. View Online 10:39:39. 1039/9781782622741-00017 Quantitative NMR 23 Figure 3 Comparison of 24 edible oils analysed by GC-FID (horizontal axis) and 60 MHz 1H NMR.
We first carried out an extensive isolation procedure to remove background of bulk ingredients such as salt, lipids, proteins and low molecular weight View Online Magnetic Resonance in Food Science: Defining Food by Magnetic Resonance 40 10:39:43. 1039/9781782622741-00039 7 compounds . The polysaccharides in the isolate were then identified by means of spectral analysis of the 1H NMR mixture spectrum. For monosaccharide quantification we relied on and adapted6 Saeman hydrolysis8 procedure of the polysaccharide mixture followed by absolute monosaccharide quantification.
In addition, sample preparation and data acquisition protocols are kept as simple and cheap as possible, simulating high-throughput regimes consistent with the use of low-field NMR in a screening or quality control capacity. We now describe three ‘case studies’ that reflect this philosophy. 1 Composition of Edible Oils and Complex Foods Twenty four edible oils (18 different types, including some mixtures) from local supermarkets were each combined with approximately equal amounts of non-deuterated chloroform to give 50:50 mixtures in standard 5 mm disposable NMR tubes.