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Acrolein Dimer as a Marker for Direct Detection of Acrolein in Wine /

by Bauer, R; Crouch, AM; Burger, BV; Kossman, J; Hiten, F.
Material type: materialTypeLabelComputer fileSeries: South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture.Publisher: South African Society for Enology & Viticulture, 2012Description: Journal article.ISSN: 0253-939X.Online resources: Click here to access online | Link to original article. In: South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture Vol. 33. (No.) 1. 2012. p.72-79.Summary: Acrolein is highly toxic and its presence in wine has been correlated with the development of bitterness. Analytical detection and quantification in aqueous solutions are challenging due to high reactivity and problems with chemical derivative analysis. Here we demonstrate the potential of a natural derivative, formed under conditions prevaffing in wine, as a marker for acrolein detection. Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) coupled with gas chromatograph mass spectrometry (GC-MS) was validated as a technique for direct detection of the acrolein dimer. Conventional GC-MS analysis using a quadrupole mass spectrometer did not provide sufficient chromatographic resolution for the separation of the target analyte from interfering compounds. Accurate mass measurements with time-of-flight (TO})-MS, on the other hand, allowed qualitative and quantitative measurements of the acrolein dimer. This work lays the analytical foundation for studies on the evolution of acrolein and its dimer in solution.
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Acrolein is highly toxic and its presence in wine has been correlated with the development of bitterness. Analytical detection and quantification in aqueous solutions are challenging due to high reactivity and problems with chemical derivative analysis. Here we demonstrate the potential of a natural derivative, formed under conditions prevaffing in wine, as a marker for acrolein detection. Solid-phase microextraction (SPME) coupled with gas chromatograph mass spectrometry (GC-MS) was validated as a technique for direct detection of the acrolein dimer. Conventional GC-MS analysis using a quadrupole mass spectrometer did not provide sufficient chromatographic resolution for the separation of the target analyte from interfering compounds. Accurate mass measurements with time-of-flight (TO})-MS, on the other hand, allowed qualitative and quantitative measurements of the acrolein dimer. This work lays the analytical foundation for studies on the evolution of acrolein and its dimer in solution.

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