Effects of Copper Pollution on the Phenolic Compound Content, Color, and Antioxidant Activity of Wine
AbstractThe effects of copper pollution on the polyphenol content, color, and antioxidant activity of wine, as well as correlations among these factors, were investigated. Copper had clear influences on wine polyphenol content. At low copper concentrations, the concentrations of nearly all polyphenols increased, and the antioxidant activity values of the wine also increased. When the copper concentration reached the lowest level of the medium copper range (9.6~16 mg/L), most of the indices also improved. When the copper concentrations reached the latter part of the medium copper range (19.2 and 22.4 mg/L), many of the tested indices began to decrease. Furthermore, when the copper concentration reached the high ranges (32, 64, and 96 mg/L), the polyphenol content, CIELAB color parameters, and antioxidant activity of wine were substantially decreased, indicating the need to control increasing copper content in grape must. View Full-Text
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Sun, X.; Ma, T.; Han, L.; Huang, W.; Zhan, J. Effects of Copper Pollution on the Phenolic Compound Content, Color, and Antioxidant Activity of Wine. Molecules 2017, 22, 726.
Sun X, Ma T, Han L, Huang W, Zhan J. Effects of Copper Pollution on the Phenolic Compound Content, Color, and Antioxidant Activity of Wine. Molecules. 2017; 22(5):726.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sun, Xiangyu; Ma, Tingting; Han, Luyang; Huang, Weidong; Zhan, Jicheng. 2017. "Effects of Copper Pollution on the Phenolic Compound Content, Color, and Antioxidant Activity of Wine." Molecules 22, no. 5: 726.
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