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EXTRACTION AND GC-MS ANALYSIS OF OIL EXTRACTED FROM PINEAPPLE (Ananas comosus) PEELS

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DOI: 10.23977/mpcr.2021.010101 | Downloads: 23 | Views: 1376

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ORODU Victor Enearepuadoh 1, AKPEDI Ivan 1

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1 Department of Chemical Sciences, Faculty of science, Niger Delta University, P.M.B 071, Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State. Nigeria

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ORODU Victor Enearepuadoh

ABSTRACT

This study determined the chemical compositions of oil extracted from the fruit peels of Ananas comosus collected from Amassoma community, Bayelsa state. Oil from the sundried peels was extracted using solvent extraction. The extract was analysed using GC-MS. Seven components were identified in the oil, and limonene was the most abundant (76.34%). The other components identified include palmitic acid (5.38%), n-decanal (0.95%), 1-cyclohexene-1-carboxaldehyde (4.27%), alpha-farnesene (1.26%), trans caryophyllene (0.53%) and myrcene (0.61%).

KEYWORDS

Chemical composition, extraction, oil, Ananas comosus. Agro waste

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ORODU Victor Enearepuadoh and AKPEDI Ivan, EXTRACTION AND GC-MS ANALYSIS OF OIL EXTRACTED FROM PINEAPPLE (Ananas comosus) PEELS. Modern Physical Chemistry Research (2021) Vol. 1: 1-8. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/mpcr.2021.010101

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