Magnetic nano-carbon core shell as potent mixed hemimicelle solid phase extraction strategy for determination of acrylamide from potato chips coupled by high-performance liquid chromatography
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Magnetic nano-carbon core shell was applied as mixed hemimicelle magnetic solid phase extraction adsorbent to introduce a novel sample preparation method for determination of acrylamide from potato chips. Acrylamide is identified as neurotoxic, a probable human carcinogen (group 2A) compound. Effective extraction parameters such as type and amount of extracting solvent, type and amount of adsorbent, time of extraction and desorption, the effect of pH, time of ionic liquid loading on the adsorbent and stirring rate (rpm) were studied and optimized. Under optimized extraction conditions, a good linearity was observed in the concentration range of 100–1500 ng/g. Limit of detection was observed as 30 ng/g. Application of the proposed method was surveyed by analysis of some potato chips brands available in the local supermarkets. The satisfactory results with the recovery of 95.58% revealed that the proposed method could be applied in food analysis laboratories.
KeywordsMagnetic solid phase extraction Mixed hemimicelle Magnetic nano-carbon core shell Potato chips Acrylamide HPLC–UV
Solid phase micro-extraction
Magnetic solid phase extraction
Dispersive liquid–liquid micro-extraction
European food safety authority
Ionic liquid magnetic nano-carbon
The authors sincerely appreciate Biotechnology Research Centre and Faculty of Nutrition and Food Science of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences for supporting the project.
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