• Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis
  • Vol. 35, Issue 4, 1052 (2015)
Yu-xin ZHAI1、*, Jun CHEN1, Ti LI1, Ji-yan LIU2, Xie-yi WANG1, Chao CHENG1, and Cheng-mei LIU1
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    DOI: 10.3964/j.issn.1000-0593(2015)04-1052-04 Cite this Article
    ZHAI Yu-xin, CHEN Jun, LI Ti, LIU Ji-yan, WANG Xie-yi, CHENG Chao, LIU Cheng-mei. Determination of Mineral Elements in Choerospondias Axillaris and Its Extractives by ICP-AES[J]. Spectroscopy and Spectral Analysis, 2015, 35(4): 1052 Copy Citation Text show less


    Nine elements in Choerospondias axillaris flesh,peels,aqueous extractives and gastric digesta were determined by the inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES) in the present study.The results showed that the contents of Fe,Ca,Zn,Mn,Al,Mg,Cu,K and P in the flesh were 27.37,269.88,1.51,2.45,1.95,195.30,2.45,2 970.11,and 133.94 μg·g-1,respectively.They are lower than that in the peels,about 40.31%,11.70%,21.68%,4.27%,10.58%,15.76%,68.72%,42.04%,and 22.59%,respectively.For microwave assistant extraction,the release rate of Mn was highest (81.68%),while Fe was lowest (4.42%) in the flesh.The release rate of Zn was the highest (79.00%),while that of Al was the lowest (4.94%) in the peels.Except Fe,Cu and Zn,the release rates of the other elements in flesh were higher than those in the peels.After gastric digestion,the release rates of nine elements were 3.25%~87.51% in the flesh and 7.11%~50.69% in the peels.The release rates of minerals in the flesh were found to be higher than those in the peels except Fe and Cu.Microwave assistant extraction can more efficiently release Fe,Ca,Mn,Mg and K from the flesh than the gastric digestion do.While gastric digestion had a significant effect on the peels,the release rates of elements,except Zn,were higher than those in microwave assistant extraction.Therefore,the difference of distribution and release of mineral elements between peels and flesh of Choerospondias axillaris was understood,which will provide a positive guide for further study of bioavailability of minerals for human body.