Oenin and Quercetin Copigmentation: Highlights From Density Functional Theory

@article{Li2018OeninAQ,
  title={Oenin and Quercetin Copigmentation: Highlights From Density Functional Theory},
  author={Y. Li and Mario Prejan{\`o} and M. Toscano and N. Russo},
  journal={Frontiers in Chemistry},
  year={2018},
  volume={6}
}
  • Y. Li, Mario Prejanò, +1 author N. Russo
  • Published 2018
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Frontiers in Chemistry
  • Making use of anthocyanin copigmentation, it is possible to effectively improve color quality and stability of red wines and other foods. This can be done by selecting strong copigments, but a 1-fold experimental screening usually entails a high cost and a low efficiency. The aim of this work is to show how a theoretical model based on density functional theory can be useful for an accurate and rapid prediction of copigmentation ability of a copigment. The present study, concerning the… CONTINUE READING
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