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A HPLC method that allows the separation of several anthocyanins present in red grapes and red wines, using a linear gradient of acetonitrile in water at pH 1.3, using perchloric acid as an acid modifier, is described. Data clearly show that the anthocyanins profile of red grapes may be complex, but quite different for each cultivar studied. Thus, those(More)
TiO(2) and TiO(2)/Er(3+) nanoparticulate sols were obtained by the colloidal sol-gel route. Thanks to the combination of three optical techniques (laser diffraction, LD, dynamic light scattering, DLS, and multiple light scattering, MLS), the peptization time was quantified, demonstrating that erbium(III) ions retard the process. The isoelectric point of(More)
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