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Volume 204, 2018International Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Conference 2018 (IMIEC 2018)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Manufacture and System Design|
|Published online||21 September 2018|
Microwave-assisted extraction of phenolic compounds from Moringa oleifera seed as anti-biofouling agents in membrane processes
Bioprocess Engineering, University of Brawijaya, 65145 Malang, Indonesia
2 Agriculture Engineering, University of Brawijaya, 65145 Malang, Indonesia
3 Agriculture and Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University, 606-8501 Kyoto, Japan
4 MILI Water Research Institute, PO Box 301 ML, Malang, Indonesia
Corresponding author: Y_Wibisono@ub.ac.id
Moringa seed has known as a coagulant in the water purification process. It is because of the large amount of anti-microbial compounds contained in it. Phenol is one of the most common anti-microbial compounds found in natural materials. The aim of this study was to determine the total phenolic content (TPC) of Moringa seed which was extracted by Microwave-Assisted Extraction (MAE). Moringa seeds were characterized by FTIR and showed that it contained phenol compounds confirmed by specific peak in some areas. Moringa seeds were characterized by FTIR before extracted. Therefore, MAE was performed by variation of solvent ratios (1: 4, 1: 6, 1: 8) and extraction time (2, 3, 4 min). The highest TPC of 41.78 mg GAE / g dw was reached at 1: 8 solvent ratio and 3-min extraction time.
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