Phenolic Compounds: Structure, Uses and Health Benefits

Paavo Oliver and Andrus Villem (Editors)

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013010

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Phenolic Compounds: Structure, Uses and Health Benefits opens with a discussion on phenolic substances such as gallic acid, catechin, chlorogenic acid, caffeic acid, p-coumaric acid, ferulic acid, and quercetin. The most common analytical methods (based on spectrophotometric, chromatographic or electrochemical techniques) for determining phenolic compounds applied to a wide range of sample sources are presented. Additionally, the authors study the high concentrations of bioactive substances in fruit berries in order to determine the link between daily fruit intake and human health.

A review of the modern literature on extraction, filtration, and adsorption that may be combined with advanced oxidation treatments to minimalize the environmental impact of the remaining wastes is presented, especially focusing on phenolic compounds recovery from olive mill liquidwastes. Lastly, the authors provide an overview on the antiradical and antioxidizing properties of calix[n]arenes and calix[n]resorcinols as part of a larger discussion on the impact of “preorganization” of antioxidant fragments attached to calix[n]arene and calix[n]resorcinol scaffolds and their intramolecular synergy on antioxidant activity.

Preface

Chapter 1. Methods of Analysis for Phenolic Compound
Julio Cesar Bastos Fernandes, PhD (Institute of Educational Sciences – ICED, Federal University of Western Pará – UFOPA, Santarém, PA, Brazil)

Chapter 2. The Role of Berry Growing Technology on Bioactive Compound Improvement
Jelena Tomiæ, Žaklina Karaklajiæ Stajiæ, and Marijana Pešakoviæ (Fruit Research Institut, Èaèak, Republic of Serbia)

Chapter 3. Recovery of Phenolic Compounds from Olive Mill Wastes: A Review
M. Almeida, R.C. Martins, M.D. Víctor-Ortega, L. Gando-Ferreira, and R.M. Quinta-Ferreira (CIEPQPF - Chemical Process Engineering and Forest Products Research Centre, Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, Pólo II, Coimbra, Portugal, and others)

Chapter 4. Phenolic Antioxidants on Calixarene and Calixresorcinol Scaffolds
Sergey Bukharov, Gulnara Nugumanova, and Alexander Burilov (Kazan National Research Technological University of the Ministry of Education, and Science of Russia, and others)

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