Comprehension of direct extraction of hydrophilic antioxidants using vegetable oils by polar paradox theory and small angle X-ray scattering analysis.

@article{Li2015ComprehensionOD,
  title={Comprehension of direct extraction of hydrophilic antioxidants using vegetable oils by polar paradox theory and small angle X-ray scattering analysis.},
  author={Y. Li and Anne‐Sylvie Fabiano‐Tixier and K. Ruiz and Anne Rossignol Castera and P. Bauduin and O. Diat and F. Chemat},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={173},
  pages={
          873-80
        }
}
Since the polar paradox theory rationalised the fact that polar antioxidants are more effective in nonpolar media, extractions of phenolic compounds in vegetable oils were inspired and achieved in this study for obtaining oils enriched in phenolic compounds. Moreover, the influence of surfactants on the extractability of phenolic compounds was experimentally studied first, followed by the small angle X-ray scattering analysis for the oil structural observation before and after extraction so as… Expand
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