Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 15, Issue 6, pp 686–688 | Cite as

Technology of the production of pectin substances from the fruit ofSorbus aucuparia

  • S. A. Deren'ko
  • N. I. Suprunov


The optimum conditions for the isolation of pectin substances from a pulp of the European mountain ash freed from lipophilic substances have been studied, and the characteristics of the substances are given.


Pectin Cotton Plant Hydrochloric Acid Solution Galacturonic Acid Chloric Acid 


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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1980

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  • S. A. Deren'ko
  • N. I. Suprunov

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