paper open access the effect of antioxidant additives

paper open access the effect of antioxidant additives on the

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The effect of antioxidant additives on the

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The effect of antioxidant additives on the characteristics of food-grade grease using castor oil (Ricinus communis L.) as the base oil To cite this article: E J Mayasari et al 2019 IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 496 012060 View the article online for updates and enhancements.

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paper open access the effect of antioxidant additives on the

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The effect of antioxidant additives on the

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The effect of antioxidant additives on the growth of deposits on the use of biodiesel fuel (B100) at certain temperatures To cite this article: B Sugiarto et al 2018 IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 105 012075 View the article online for updates and enhancements.

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effect of different antioxidant additives in  - open access

Effect of different antioxidant additives in - Open Access

Open Access . R esearch (Published online: 20-03-201 6) 13. Effect of different antioxidant additives in semen diluent on cryopreservability (−196

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PAPER OPEN ACCESS Study on the Influence of Antioxidants on

Methods”, the antioxidant content in the new oil is divided into anti-oxidation additive oil (not detected) and micro-antioxidant additive oil (not more than 0.08%). And oils containing antioxidant additives (0.08% to 0.4%). In practice, some of the transformers have an antioxidant content of more than 0.4%.

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effect of antioxidant additives on reducing nox emissions

Effect of Antioxidant Additives on Reducing NOx Emissions

In this paper, the effect of antioxidant additive L-ascorbic acid on NOx emissions in a Mango Seed methyl ester fuelled direct injection diesel engine have been examined experimentally and compared. The antioxidant additive is mixed in various proportions (100-400mg) with Mango Seed methyl ester is tested on a kirloskar make 4-stroke water

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effect of antioxidant additives on performance and emission

Effect of antioxidant additives on performance and emission

The addition of antioxidant additives is the most effective method for mitigating the NO x emission. Hence, this present work aims to investigate the effect of antioxidant additives on NO x emission in an Annona biodiesel-operated diesel engine. The antioxidant additives such as p-phenylenediamine (PPDA), A-tocopheryl acetate, and L-ascorbic

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open access proceedings journal of physics: conference series

Open Access proceedings Journal of Physics: Conference series

Activities of some commercial additives. Anggaraini [9] stated that TBHQ as the most effective effect as antioxidant than BHT. Fathurrahman [10] investigate 5 plant leaves extract on its antioxidant effect, including Mangifera indica leaves. In this paper, antioxidant additive TBHQ (T ert-Butyl Hidroquinon) and Propyl Gallate (PG) are

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[pdf] impact of antioxidant additives on the engine

[PDF] Impact of Antioxidant Additives on the Engine

The brake specific fuel consumption (BSFC) of JOME with antioxidants decreased more than that without antioxidants, but both were higher than that of diesel and diesel/biodiesel blends. No significant effects were observed on the exhaust emissions of a diesel engine running on biodiesel (JOME) dosed with antioxidant PY.

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effect of antioxidant additives on reducing emissions

Effect of Antioxidant Additives on Reducing Emissions

In this paper, the effect of antioxidant additive L-ascorbic acid on NO x emissions in a Mango Seed methyl ester fuelled direct injection diesel engine have been examined experimentally and compared. The antioxidant additive is mixed in various proportions

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effect of antioxidant additives on performance and emission

Effect of antioxidant additives on performance and emission

The addition of antioxidant additives is the most effective method for mitigating the NO x emission. Hence, this present work aims to investigate the effect of antioxidant additives on NO x emission in an Annona biodiesel-operated diesel engine. The antioxidant additives such as p-phenylenediamine (PPDA), A-tocopheryl acetate, and L-ascorbic

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antioxidants - mdpi - publisher of open access journals

Antioxidants - MDPI - Publisher of Open Access Journals

Antioxidants is an international peer-reviewed open access monthly journal published by MDPI. Please visit the Instructions for Authors page before submitting a manuscript. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for publication in this open access journal is 2000 CHF (Swiss Francs). Submitted papers should be well formatted and use good English.

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[pdf] impact of antioxidant additives on the engine

[PDF] Impact of Antioxidant Additives on the Engine

The brake specific fuel consumption (BSFC) of JOME with antioxidants decreased more than that without antioxidants, but both were higher than that of diesel and diesel/biodiesel blends. No significant effects were observed on the exhaust emissions of a diesel engine running on biodiesel (JOME) dosed with antioxidant PY.

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the effect of food additives and cooking on the antioxidant

The effect of food additives and cooking on the antioxidant

This paper aims to study the effect of cooking and food additives, such as lemon juice and vinegar, on phenols and flavonoids contents and antioxidant activity of purslane.,The Folin–Ciocalteu method was used to determine total phenols content (TP), while total flavonoid content (TF) was determined by the aluminum chloride method.

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review: in vivo and postmortem effects of feed antioxidants

Review: In vivo and postmortem effects of feed antioxidants

The pivotal roles of regulatory jurisdictions in the feed additive sector cannot be over-emphasized. In the European Union (EU), antioxidant substances are authorized as feed additives for prolonging the shelf life of feedstuffs based on their effect for preventing lipid peroxidation.

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the effects of fungal feed additives in animals: a review

The Effects of Fungal Feed Additives in Animals: A Review

These functional components play important roles in antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-obesity, and immune system regulation. As such, fungal feed additives could be of potential use when breeding livestock. In previous studies, fungal feed additives enhanced body weight and egg production in poultry and improved the feed conversion rate.

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state of the art study on aging of asphalt mixtures and use

State of the Art Study on Aging of Asphalt Mixtures and Use

This paper presents the state of the art on asphalt and asphalt mixture aging and use of antioxidant additives to retard the aging. A picture of complex molecular structure of asphalt and its changes due to atmospheric condition and various protocols used to simulate aging in laboratory environment are also discussed.

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effect of antioxidant additives on performance and emission

Effect of antioxidant additives on performance and emission

The addition of antioxidant additives is the most effective method for mitigating the NO x emission. Hence, this present work aims to investigate the effect of antioxidant additives on NO x emission in an Annona biodiesel-operated diesel engine. The antioxidant additives such as p-phenylenediamine (PPDA), A-tocopheryl acetate, and L-ascorbic

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[pdf] impact of antioxidant additives on the engine

[PDF] Impact of Antioxidant Additives on the Engine

The brake specific fuel consumption (BSFC) of JOME with antioxidants decreased more than that without antioxidants, but both were higher than that of diesel and diesel/biodiesel blends. No significant effects were observed on the exhaust emissions of a diesel engine running on biodiesel (JOME) dosed with antioxidant PY.

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antioxidants - mdpi - publisher of open access journals

Antioxidants - MDPI - Publisher of Open Access Journals

Antioxidants is an international peer-reviewed open access monthly journal published by MDPI. Please visit the Instructions for Authors page before submitting a manuscript. The Article Processing Charge (APC) for publication in this open access journal is 2000 CHF (Swiss Francs). Submitted papers should be well formatted and use good English.

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antioxidants of natural plant origins: from sources to food

Antioxidants of Natural Plant Origins: From Sources to Food

The safety of food additives, in which natural antioxidants are included, is determined by considering potential cumulative effects that are evaluated by the outcome of toxicity studies and from knowledge about the chemical compounds . There are several reports in the literature regarding the importance of safety assessments and toxicological

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paper open access the effect of manganese palmitate as pro

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The Effect of Manganese Palmitate as Pro

PAPER OPEN ACCESS The Effect of Manganese Palmitate as Pro-Oxidant Additive on Mechanical Properties of Polypropylene To cite this article: Reza Jati Pamungkas et al 2019 IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater.

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antioxidants - mdpi - publisher of open access journals

Antioxidants - MDPI - Publisher of Open Access Journals

During the last few decades, the food and beverage industry faced increasing demand for the design of new functional food products free of synthetic compounds and artificial additives. Anthocyanins are widely used as natural colorants in various food products to replenish blue color losses during processing and to add blue color to colorless products, while other compounds such as carotenoids

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are mutual interactions between antioxidants the only factors

Are mutual interactions between antioxidants the only factors

Abstract The antagonistic effect of antioxidant properties among various mixtures of phenolic substances is the subject of numerous works and inquiries. The present study shows and discusses the antioxidant properties of binary and ternary mixtures of the chosen phenolic compounds in which additive and antagonistic antioxidant effects are observed. Gallic, ferulic and caffeic acids were

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review: in vivo and postmortem effects of feed antioxidants

Review: In vivo and postmortem effects of feed antioxidants

The pivotal roles of regulatory jurisdictions in the feed additive sector cannot be over-emphasized. In the European Union (EU), antioxidant substances are authorized as feed additives for prolonging the shelf life of feedstuffs based on their effect for preventing lipid peroxidation.

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