Physicochemical Characteristics of Nanocalcium Extract from Bones of Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus Albacares)

Wiyan Viyata Prinaldi, Pipih Suptijah, Uju Uju

Abstract


Fish bone calcium is known to have good bioavailability and can be used as a natural calcium source. This study was aimed to compare the physicochemical characteristics of nano-calcium from yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) obtained by three different extraction methods: milling, acid and alkaline. The research was divided into three stages: preparation of bone powder, production ofnano-calcium from fish bone and characterization of the physicochemical properties of bone powder and nano-calcium. Acid extracted nano-calcium was found to have better properties as compared to that extracted by milling and alkaline as indicated by the degree of whiteness 92.61%, moisture content 0.33%, ash 99.03%, protein 0.19%, fat 0.22%, particle size 259 nm, calcium content 83.25% and phosphorus 9.65%. The Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectra profiles indicated the presence of phosphate group (PO43-) suggesting the nano-calcium was in the form of calcium phosphate apatite.

Keywords


extract, tuna fish bone, nano calcium, physicochemical properties.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17844/jphpi.v21i3.24708

                         

 

                       

                                   

                           

 

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