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Effect of cations on heat degradation of chelator-soluble carrot pectin

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Journal
Carbohydrate Polymers
0144-8617
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
20
Issue
3
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DOI: 10.1016/0144-8617(93)90152-t

Abstract

Abstract The effects of monovalent salts, NaCl, KCl, and NH 4Cl, and divalent salts, ZnCl 2, CaCl 2, SrCl 2, CdCl 2, and MgCl 2, on heat degradation of pectin at pH 6·1 were examined. The β-eliminative degradation of extracted carrot pectin increased as cation concentration in the pectin solution was raised. At the same level of pectin methoxyl content, divalent cations promoted more depolymerization during the heating of pectin than did monovalent cations. The enhancement effect of cations on pectin degradation was greater for low-methoxyl pectin than for high-methoxyl pectin. The enhancement effect of cations increased in the order Zn ++ > Ca ++ > Cd ++ ≈ Sr ++ > Mg ++ ≈ Na + ≈ K + > NH 4 +.

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