(The Effect of Solvent and Particle Size on The Yield and Piperin Content of Oleoresin from White Pepper Waste (Piper Nigrum Linn)

Gasik Darma, Lucyana -, H.G. Pohan

Abstract


The study is aimed at increasing the added value of white pepper waste products by producing oleoresin. The solvents used were ethanol 95%, ethyl acetate and dichloro ethane. The particle size of white pepper powder are 40,60,80 and 100 mesh. The highest yield of oleoresin was obtained from 80mesh powder i.e. 14.60% using ethanol 95% ; 14.21% using ethyl acetate and 14.18% using dichloro ethane. The piperine content was 41.39% in ethanol 95%: 37.95% in ethyl acetate and 41.02% in dichloro ethane.


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White pepper waste, Piper Nigrum Linn, solvent, particle size, piperin content of oleoresin

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.32765/warta%20ihp.v8i01.2364

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