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Waste and Biomass Valorization

, Volume 10, Issue 4, pp 1003–1011 | Cite as

Application of Plackett–Burman Design in Screening the Significant Parameters in Extraction of Phytic Acid from Defatted Rice Bran by Acetic Acid

  • Ruyi ShaEmail author
  • Dongyang Wu
  • Wenxing Wang
  • Shaolin Wang
  • Chenggang Cai
  • Jianwei MaoEmail author
Original Paper
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Abstract

This study aimed to screen the effective parameters that influence the extraction of phytic acid from defatted rice bran. Phytic acid was extracted from defatted rice bran with the help of food-grade acetic acid. The extraction parameters were screened in accordance with the Plackett–Burman design methodology to investigate their effects on the yield of phytic acid. A mathematical model of the yield of phytic acid was developed according to the statistical results of different parameters. This paper studied the main effects and the ratio of liquid to solid (L/S ratio), and at the same time pH and temperature were found to be the significant parameters on the yield of phytic acid. With the optimized parameters from the established mathematical model, this paper carried out a validation of the model.

Keywords

Phytic acid Defatted rice bran Optimization Plackett–Burman design 

Notes

Acknowledgements

This work was supported by grants from the Zhejiang Provincial Key Research and Development Program (Grant No. 2015C02031), the China Spark Program (Grant No. 2015GA700079), the Opening Fund of Zhejiang Provincial Collaborative Innovation Center of Agricultural Biological Resources Biochemical Manufacturing (Grant Nos. 2016KF0107), Xinmiao talents Project of Zhejiang Province (2017R415020), and the Science Foundation of Tongxiang (Grant No. 201402037).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Biological and Chemical EngineeringZhejiang University of Science and TechnologyHangzhouChina
  2. 2.Zhejiang Provincial Key Laboratory for Chemical and Biological Processing Technology of Farm ProductsHangzhouChina
  3. 3.Zhejiang Provincial Collaborative Innovation Center of Agricultural Biological Resources Biochemical ManufacturingHangzhouChina
  4. 4.Tongxiang Xinyang Food Additives CO., LTDTongxiangChina

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