Separation, identification and determination of sanguinarine in argemone and other adulterated edible oils by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
- Published Article
Journal of Chromatography A
- Publication Date
Nov 19, 1999
A simple, rapid and reliable reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatographic method for the separation and determination of sanguinarine in argemone and other edible oils has been developed. The separation has been achieved on a C18 column with CH3OH-CH3CN-tetrahydrofuran-water as mobile phase using diode array detection at 280 nm. The minimum detection limit of sanguinarine in the adulterated edible oils is 5 microg/g.
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