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Yıl 2022, Cilt 43, Sayı 1, 53 - 60, 30.03.2022
https://doi.org/10.17776/csj.1007785

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Kaynakça

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  • [3] Lakdawalla, A. A., Netrawali, M.S., Mutagenicity, comutagenicity, and antimutagenicity of erythrosine (FD and C red 3), a food dye, in the Ames/Salmonella assay, Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology, 204(2) (1988) 131-139.
  • [4] Ryvolová M., Táborský P., Vrábel P., Krásenský P., Preisler J., Sensitive determination of erythrosine and other red food colorants using capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection, Journal of chromatography A, 1141(2) (2007) 206-211.
  • [5] Ozkantar N., Yilmaz E., Soylak M., Tuzen M., Separation, enrichment and spectrophotometric determination of erythrosine (E127) in drug, cosmetic and food samples by heat-induced homogeneous liquid–liquid microextraction method, International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 99(12) (2019) 1135-1147.
  • [6] Rubio L., Sanllorente S., Sarabia L.A., Ortiz M.C., Determination of cochineal and erythrosine in cherries in syrup in the presence of quenching effect by means of excitation-emission fluorescence data and three-way PARAFAC decomposition, Talanta, 196 (2019) 153-162.
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  • [8] Rubio L., Sanllorente S., Sarabia L. A., Ortiz M.C., Determination of cochineal and erythrosine in cherries in syrup in the presence of quenching effect by means of excitation-emission fluorescence data and three-way PARAFAC decomposition, Talanta, 196 (2019) 153-162.
  • [9] Hassan M., Uzcan F., Alshana U., Soylak, M., Switchable-hydrophilicity solvent liquid–liquid microextraction prior to magnetic nanoparticle-based dispersive solid-phase microextraction for spectrophotometric determination of erythrosine in food and other samples, Food Chemistry, 348 (2021) 129053.
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  • [11] Chen X.H., Zhao Y.G., Shen H.Y., Zhou L.X., Pan S.D., Jin M.C., Fast determination of seven synthetic pigments from wine and soft drinks using magnetic dispersive solid-phase extraction followed by liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry, Journal of Chromatography A., 1346 (2014) 123-128.
  • [12] Ma K., Yang Y.N., Jiang X.X., Zhao M., Cai Y.Q., Simultaneous determination of 20 food additives by high performance liquid chromatography with photo-diode array detector, Chinese Chemical Letters, 23(4) (2012) 492-495.
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  • [16] Elik A., Interference-free determination of carmine in food samples using ultrasonic assisted cloud point extraction coupled with spectrophotometry, Cumhuriyet Sci. J., 40(2) (2019) 305-316.
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  • [21] Elik A., Demirbaş A., Altunay N., Experimental design of ligandless sonication-assisted liquid-phases microextraction based on hydrophobic deep eutectic solvents for accurate determination of Pb (II) and Cd (II) from waters and food samples at trace levels, Food Chemistry, 371 (2021) 131138.
  • [22] Altunay N., Elik A., Unal Y., Kaya S., Optimization of an ultrasound‐assisted alcohol‐based deep eutectic solvent dispersive liquid‐phase microextraction for separation and preconcentration of quercetin in wine and food samples with response surface methodology, Journal of Separation Science, 44(9) (2021) 1998-2005.
  • [23] Nambiar A.P., Sanyal M., Shrivastav P.S., Performance evaluation and thermodynamic studies for the simultaneous cloud point extraction of erythrosine and tartrazine using mixed micelles in food samples, Food Analytical Methods, 10(10) (2017) 3471-3480.
  • [24] Stalikas C., Fiamegos Y., Sakkas V., Albanis T., Developments on chemometric approaches to optimize and evaluate microextraction, Journal of Chromatography A., 1216(2) (2009) 175-189.
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  • [26] Yuvali D., Seyhaneyildizi M., Soylak M., Narin İ., Yilmaz E., An environment-friendly and rapid liquid-liquid microextraction based on new synthesized hydrophobic deep eutectic solvent for separation and preconcentration of erythrosine (E127) in biological and pharmaceutical samples, Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 244 (2021) 118842.
  • [27] Shokrollahi A., Zarghampour, F., Determination of erythrosine in food samples by CPE-scanometry as a new method and comparison with spectrophotometric results, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry Research, 3(2) (2016) 159-168.
  • [28] Faraji M., Determination of some red dyes in food samples using a hydrophobic deep eutectic solvent-based vortex assisted dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction coupled with high performance liquid chromatography, Journal of Chromatography A, 1591 (2019) 15-23.
  • [29] Nambiar A.P., Sanyal M., Shrivastav, P.S., Simultaneous densitometric determination of eight food colors and four sweeteners in candies, jellies, beverages and pharmaceuticals by normal-phase high performance thin-layer chromatography using a single elution protocol, Journal of Chromatography A, 1572 (2018) 152-161.

Chemometric-Based Optimization of Ionic Liquid-Based Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction for Separation and Preconcentration of Erythrosine from Real Matrices

Yıl 2022, Cilt 43, Sayı 1, 53 - 60, 30.03.2022
https://doi.org/10.17776/csj.1007785

Öz

In this research paper, a simple and economic ionic liquid-based liquid-liquid microextraction (IL-DLLME) procedure was developed to ensure efficient and rapid separation and preconcentration of erythrosine from cosmetic and food samples. Important parameters such as IL volume, temperature, acetone volume, ultrasonic time and pH that may affect the IL-DLLME procedure have been optimized by central composite design (CCD) based on response surface methodology (RSM). The optimum values of IL volume, temperature, acetone volume, ultrasonic time and pH were determined as 440 µL, 35 oC, 120 µL, 9 min and 4.2, respectively. Using these optimum conditions, some analytical data obtained for erythrosine were listed below. Working range, limit of detection and enrichment factor were 2-400 ng mL-1, 0.65 ng mL-1 and 79, respectively. The relative standard deviation (RSD%) was 2.4% for 50 ng mL-1 of erythrosine. The recovery obtained in the analysis of real samples was in the range of 93.2-108.5%. The analytical data obtained showed that the IL-DLLME procedure was successfully applied to the selected samples

Kaynakça

  • [1] Gomes K. M. S., Oliveira M. V. G. A. D., Carvalho F. R. D. S., Menezes C. C., Peron A. P., Citotoxicity of food dyes sunset yellow (E-110), bordeaux red (E-123), and tatrazine yellow (E-102) on Allium cepa L. root meristematic cells, Food Science and Technology, 33(1) (2013) 218-223.
  • [2] Yamjala K., Nainar M. S., Ramisetti N. R., Methods for the analysis of azo dyes employed in food industry–a review, Food Chemistry, 192 (2016) 813-824.
  • [3] Lakdawalla, A. A., Netrawali, M.S., Mutagenicity, comutagenicity, and antimutagenicity of erythrosine (FD and C red 3), a food dye, in the Ames/Salmonella assay, Mutation Research/Genetic Toxicology, 204(2) (1988) 131-139.
  • [4] Ryvolová M., Táborský P., Vrábel P., Krásenský P., Preisler J., Sensitive determination of erythrosine and other red food colorants using capillary electrophoresis with laser-induced fluorescence detection, Journal of chromatography A, 1141(2) (2007) 206-211.
  • [5] Ozkantar N., Yilmaz E., Soylak M., Tuzen M., Separation, enrichment and spectrophotometric determination of erythrosine (E127) in drug, cosmetic and food samples by heat-induced homogeneous liquid–liquid microextraction method, International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry, 99(12) (2019) 1135-1147.
  • [6] Rubio L., Sanllorente S., Sarabia L.A., Ortiz M.C., Determination of cochineal and erythrosine in cherries in syrup in the presence of quenching effect by means of excitation-emission fluorescence data and three-way PARAFAC decomposition, Talanta, 196 (2019) 153-162.
  • [7] World Health Organization. Evaluation of certain food additives: Eighty-sixth report of the joint FAO/WHO expert committee on food additives, World Health Organization, 965 (2019).
  • [8] Rubio L., Sanllorente S., Sarabia L. A., Ortiz M.C., Determination of cochineal and erythrosine in cherries in syrup in the presence of quenching effect by means of excitation-emission fluorescence data and three-way PARAFAC decomposition, Talanta, 196 (2019) 153-162.
  • [9] Hassan M., Uzcan F., Alshana U., Soylak, M., Switchable-hydrophilicity solvent liquid–liquid microextraction prior to magnetic nanoparticle-based dispersive solid-phase microextraction for spectrophotometric determination of erythrosine in food and other samples, Food Chemistry, 348 (2021) 129053.
  • [10] Nayak D. S., Shetti, N. P., A novel sensor for a food dye erythrosine at glucose modified electrode, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 230 (2016) 140-148.
  • [11] Chen X.H., Zhao Y.G., Shen H.Y., Zhou L.X., Pan S.D., Jin M.C., Fast determination of seven synthetic pigments from wine and soft drinks using magnetic dispersive solid-phase extraction followed by liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry, Journal of Chromatography A., 1346 (2014) 123-128.
  • [12] Ma K., Yang Y.N., Jiang X.X., Zhao M., Cai Y.Q., Simultaneous determination of 20 food additives by high performance liquid chromatography with photo-diode array detector, Chinese Chemical Letters, 23(4) (2012) 492-495.
  • [13] Wu H., Guo J.B., Du L.M., Tian H., Hao C. X., Wang Z.F., Wang J.Y., A rapid shaking-based ionic liquid dispersive liquid phase microextraction for the simultaneous determination of six synthetic food colourants in soft drinks, sugar-and gelatin-based confectionery by high-performance liquid chromatography, Food Chemistry, 141(1) (2013) 182-186.
  • [14] Shokrollahi A., Pili H.B., Doust K.H., Microspectrophotometric determination of erythrosine in beverage and water samples after ultrasonic assisted supramolecular-based dispersion solidification liquid–liquid microextraction, Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 72(6) (2017) 617-623.
  • [15] Meral S., Elik A., Ultrasonic-assisted cloud point microextraction and spectrophotometric determination of Ponceau 4R in various beverage samples using Non-ionic surfactant PONPE 7.5, Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A, 38(4) (2021) 573-585.
  • [16] Elik A., Interference-free determination of carmine in food samples using ultrasonic assisted cloud point extraction coupled with spectrophotometry, Cumhuriyet Sci. J., 40(2) (2019) 305-316.
  • [17] Emiroğlu E., Yuvali D., Sarp G., Yilmaz E., Narin İ., Magnetic solid phase extraction of erythrosine (E127) in pharmaceutical samples with Fe3O4/C-nanodots hybrid material prior to spectrophotometric analysis, Microchemical Journal, 170 (2021) 106766.
  • [18] Canales R.I., Brennecke J.F., Comparison of ionic liquids to conventional organic solvents for extraction of aromatics from aliphatics, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 61(5) (2016) 1685-1699.
  • [19] Yu H., Merib J., Anderson J. L. (2016). Faster dispersive liquid-liquid microextraction methods using magnetic ionic liquids as solvents, Journal of Chromatography A., 1463 (2016) 11-19.
  • [20] Nawała J., Dawidziuk B., Dziedzic D., Gordon D., Popiel S., Applications of ionic liquids in analytical chemistry with a particular emphasis on their use in solid-phase microextraction, TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry, 105 (2018) 18-36.
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  • [22] Altunay N., Elik A., Unal Y., Kaya S., Optimization of an ultrasound‐assisted alcohol‐based deep eutectic solvent dispersive liquid‐phase microextraction for separation and preconcentration of quercetin in wine and food samples with response surface methodology, Journal of Separation Science, 44(9) (2021) 1998-2005.
  • [23] Nambiar A.P., Sanyal M., Shrivastav P.S., Performance evaluation and thermodynamic studies for the simultaneous cloud point extraction of erythrosine and tartrazine using mixed micelles in food samples, Food Analytical Methods, 10(10) (2017) 3471-3480.
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  • [29] Nambiar A.P., Sanyal M., Shrivastav, P.S., Simultaneous densitometric determination of eight food colors and four sweeteners in candies, jellies, beverages and pharmaceuticals by normal-phase high performance thin-layer chromatography using a single elution protocol, Journal of Chromatography A, 1572 (2018) 152-161.

Ayrıntılar

Birincil Dil İngilizce
Konular Kimya, Ortak Disiplinler
Bölüm Natural Sciences
Yazarlar

Adil ELİK (Sorumlu Yazar)
Cumhuriyet Üniversitesi
0000-0002-3942-4711
Türkiye


Nail ALTUNAY
CUMHURIYET UNIVERSITY
0000-0001-9053-7570
Türkiye

Yayımlanma Tarihi 30 Mart 2022
Başvuru Tarihi 10 Ekim 2021
Kabul Tarihi 16 Şubat 2022
Yayınlandığı Sayı Yıl 2022, Cilt 43, Sayı 1

Kaynak Göster

APA Elik, A. & Altunay, N. (2022). Chemometric-Based Optimization of Ionic Liquid-Based Dispersive Liquid-Liquid Microextraction for Separation and Preconcentration of Erythrosine from Real Matrices . Cumhuriyet Science Journal , 43 (1) , 53-60 . DOI: 10.17776/csj.1007785