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Application of Pectin Isolated from Tomato Waste as Potential Tin Corrosion Inhibitor


Ninčević Grassino, Antonela; Djaković, Senka; Halambek, Jasna; Rimac Brnčić, Suzana
Application of Pectin Isolated from Tomato Waste as Potential Tin Corrosion Inhibitor // Book of Abstract, Natural resources, green technology & sustainable development/2 / Radojčić Redovniković, Ivana, Radošević, Kristina, Jakovljević, Tamara, Stojaković, Renata, Gaurina Srček, Višnja, Erdec Hendrih, Dina (ur.).
Zagreb: Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb, 2016. str. 86-86 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Application of Pectin Isolated from Tomato Waste as Potential Tin Corrosion Inhibitor
(Application of pectin isolated from tomato waste as potential tin corrosion inhibitor)

Autori
Ninčević Grassino, Antonela ; Djaković, Senka ; Halambek, Jasna ; Rimac Brnčić, Suzana

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Book of Abstract, Natural resources, green technology & sustainable development/2 / Radojčić Redovniković, Ivana, Radošević, Kristina, Jakovljević, Tamara, Stojaković, Renata, Gaurina Srček, Višnja, Erdec Hendrih, Dina - Zagreb : Faculty of Food Technology and Biotechnology, University of Zagreb, 2016, 86-86

ISBN
978-953-6893-03-4

Skup
Natural resources, green technology and sustainable development-GREEN/2

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Croatia, 05-07.10.2016

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Corrosion inhibitor; NMR spectroscopy; Pectin isolation; Rheology; Tomato waste
(Corrosion inhibitor; NMR spectroscopy; pectin isolation; rheology; tomato waste)

Sažetak
The possibility of utilizing the tomato waste from canning factory as a cheap source for pectin isolation and its application as a corrosion inhibitor was investigated to implement viable cyclical economy principle in solving the main problem of waste disposal. Pectin, from two tomato waste, batches A and B was extracted with ammonium oxalate/oxalic acid (under reflux), during 24 h in the first step, and then again with a fresh volume of extracting agent during 12 h in the second step. The isolated pectins were evaluated by characterisation of its physical properties, i.e. colour and viscosity. Subsequently, the sample with better rheological behaviours, i.e. pectin obtained from tomato peel batch A (A-I) was examined as corrosion inhibition substances of pure tin by electrochemical potentiodynamic analysis. The measurement was carried out in a mixture of 2 % NaCl, 1 % acetic acid and 0.5 % citric acid, at 25 °C in absence and presence of different concentrations (0.2 - 4.0 g/L) of A-I pectin. To compare the corrosion inhibition efficiency of this pectin, commercially available apple pectin (CAP) was analysed, too. In addition, the structure of pectin samples used in corrosion test was characterised by NMR spectroscopy. The results indicate that conducted extraction steps have shown a different effect on the viscosity and colour of pectin. The viscosity of brown coloured pectin samples (first step) was higher than viscosity of white coloured pectin samples (second extraction), which mean that each extraction step has a considerable influence on pectin gel properties, such as appearance, gel formation and strength. Corrosion results point out that pectin is efficient inhibitor (73 %) even at very low concentrations, much better then CAP (60 %). By addition of A-I to the tested solution, the change in the mechanism of corrosion process and an improvement in corrosion behaviour are obvious. This could be explained by physical adsorption process of pectin molecules via carbonyl, carboxylic and ionic carboxyl groups presented in galacturonate and methyl galacturonate units of A-I (confirmed by NMR experiment). These negatively charged groups could electrostatically bind positively charged tin ions, preventing further tin corrosion in aggressive medium by the formation and precipitation of complexes at the tin surface as a physical barrier. Therefore, this investigation points out that tomato peel waste could be used as a promising industrial resource for pectin production and its application as tin corrosion inhibitor, instead of ordinary chemical and toxic inhibitors.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kemija, Prehrambena tehnologija



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Ustanove
Prehrambeno-biotehnološki fakultet, Zagreb