Activated Carbons: In Vitro Affinity for Fumonisin B1 and Relation of Adsorption Ability to Physicochemical Parameters.

@article{Galvano1996ActivatedCI,
  title={Activated Carbons: In Vitro Affinity for Fumonisin B1 and Relation of Adsorption Ability to Physicochemical Parameters.},
  author={Fabio Galvano and Amedeo Pietri and Terenzio Bertuzzi and Matteo Bognanno and Luigi Chies and Anna De Angelis and Marco Galvano},
  journal={Journal of food protection},
  year={1996},
  volume={60 8},
  pages={
          985-991
        }
}
In vitro affinity tests were conducted to assess the effectiveness of 19 activated carbons (ACs), hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate (HSCAS), and sepiolite (S) in binding fumonisin B1 (FB1) from solution. Relationships between adsorption ability and physicochemical parameters of ACs (specific surface area, iodine value, and methylene blue index) were tested. When 5 ml of a 4-μg/ml aqueous solution of FB1 was treated with 10 mg of AC, ACs adsorbed 0.46 to 100% of the FB1. HSCAS and S were… CONTINUE READING

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