Announcement
Starting on July 4, 2018 the Indonesian Publication Index (IPI) has been acquired by the Ministry of Research Technology and Higher Education (RISTEKDIKTI) called GARUDA Garba Rujukan Digital (http://garuda.ristekdikti.go.id)
For further information email to portalgaruda@gmail.com

Thank you
Logo IPI  
Journal > Jurnal Teknologi Pertanian > Competitive Adsorption among Phospholipids at Oil Globule Interface of Caseinate Stabilized Emulsion

 

Full Text PDF (283 kb)
Jurnal Teknologi Pertanian
Vol 13, No 1 (2012)
Competitive Adsorption among Phospholipids at Oil Globule Interface of Caseinate Stabilized Emulsion
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
10 Apr 2012
 
Casein and phospholipids are natural compounds usually used concomitantly as emulsifier. This research was conducted to elucidate the adsorbed phospholipids composition that stabilized oil globule interface during fish oil emulsification by sodium caseinate and phospholipids. Emulsion was formed by homogenizing sodium caseinate solution (10% w/v) with various phospholipids concentration of 0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, and 2.5% (w/v) at fish oil concentration of 20%. The results showed that the quantity of adsorbed phospholipids increased in line with increasing phospholipids concentration. Competitive adsorption occured among various phospholipids that indicated by compositional changes of adsorbed phospholipids at oil globule interface. Their preference to adsorb was influenced by their surface activities. Among various phospholipids, phosphatidylcholine had preference to adsorb due to its higher surface activity and quantity. Phosphatidylethanolamine had less preference to adsorb because of its lower surface activity. Meanwhile, phosphatidylinositol had less ability to compete due to its low quantity. The change of adsorbed layer in oil globule interface was caused by phospholipids-casein complexation and displacement of casein by phospholipids to occupy oil globule interface. Keywords: preference to adsorb, caseinate, phospholipids, emulsion, oil globule, interface, surface activity, competitive adsorption, displacement, adsorbed layer, complexation
Copyrights © 2012