Abstract In this work, a performing LC method with evaporative light-scattering detector was described for the analysis of tartaric, malic, ascorbic, citric and succinic acids in fruit juices. The method was optimized and validated in comparison with LC-UV, in terms of accuracy, LODs, LOQs and precision. The successive application to ACE, orange, pear, peach, mulberry and apple juices allowed separation and quantitative determination of organic acids in about 20 min just diluting and filtering the sample before LC determination.In the analysed juices, citric, malic and ascorbic acids were always present, and in all the samples, citric acid was the prevailing acid followed by malic acid except for peach and apple juices where an opposite trend was found. Tartaric and succinic acids were detected at lower concentrations and morerarely, except for peach juices, all containing tartaric acid, and ACE and orange juices, all containing succinic acid.
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|Titolo:||LC with Evaporative Light-Scattering Detection for Quantitative Analysis of Organic Acids in Juices|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|