ESTIMATION OF SOME FOOD ADDITIVES AND HEAVY METALS IN SOME ORANGE JUICE.

ESTIMATION OF SOME FOOD ADDITIVES AND HEAVY METALS IN SOME ORANGE JUICE.

  • Beadaa Abdalqader. Mahdii

Abstract

The study included examination of three types of different origin and orange juice at the rate of recurring per sample, the results showed that the highest rates of acid (pH) in the A and juice were (4). And salts of calcium is 120 ppm in juice C and 86 ppm of magnesium in the juice B, for heavy metals the highest rate of lead .18 recorded ppm in juice B, 1.32 ppm of copper in juice A, 5 ppm of iron in the juice B, 1.3 ppm of zinc in the juice B, 0.05 ppm of aluminum in each of the sappy B and A, 0.02 ppm of cobalt in the juice B, 0.3 ppm of nickel in the juice B, 170.6 ppm sodium in C juice, but for the acids, organic that the highest rates were 3.2 part Millions of acid in the juice owner a, 260 ppm of the acid in the juice the ascorbic B, 240.5 ppm of the acid in the lemon juice A.

Author Biography

Beadaa Abdalqader. Mahdii

Department of Biology, Collage of Science, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq

Published
2016-05-22