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Determination of Tea Saponin in Camellia Seed Oil with UV and HPLC Analysis

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A simple procedure is described for the HPLC and UV determination of tea saponin in tea seed oil. Determinate was accomplished with UV wavelength detection 550 nm for saponification sample, and HPLC was done under conditions: C18 analytical column of TC-C18, 4. 6 × 250 mm, column temperature at room temperature, injected sample volume was 10 μL, mobile phase’s methanol, flow-rate 0.8 ml/min and detection wavelength 280 nm.

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Ahmed, H. and Wang, C. (2015) Determination of Tea Saponin in Camellia Seed Oil with UV and HPLC Analysis. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 3, 30-37. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2015.34C004.

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