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Proximate chemical composition of orange peel and variation of phenols and antioxidant activity during convective air drying

@article{MHiri2015ProximateCC,
  title={Proximate chemical composition of orange peel and variation of phenols and antioxidant activity during convective air drying},
  author={Nouha M'Hiri and Irina Ioannou and Mohamed Ghoul and Nourh{\`e}ne Boudhrioua},
  journal={Journal of New Sciences},
  year={2015}
}
The aim of this work is to investigate the global chemical characteristics of Tunisian Maltease orange peel and to determine the effect of air temperature (40, 60, 80°C) on phenols and antioxidant activity kinetics of orange peel. Maltease orange peel is rich in nutritional ingredients such as soluble sugars (46.241±0.015 g/100g d.b), proteins (8.120±0.120 g/100g d.b) and minerals (3.170±0.035 g/100g d.b). It contains antioxidant such as phenols (2.685±0.062 g/100 g d.b) and vitamin C (0.105±0… 

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