A study of sorption processes on a polyamide sorbent
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Using quercetin and dihydroquercetin as examples, it has been shown that the adsorption of flavonoids increases with a decrease in the polarity of the solvent and depends on the molecular weight of the polyamide sorbent. The presence of a double bond in quercetin leads to a higher sorption activity than the dihydroquercetin.
KeywordsFlavonoid Quercetin Elution Curve Dihydroquercetin Dahurian Larch
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