OLEUM project. Analysis of volatile compounds of extra virgin and virgin olive oil with a different geographical origin by flash gas chromatography

Palagano, Rosa ; Bendini, Alessandra ; Valli, Enrico ; Cevoli, Chiara ; Gallina Toschi, Tullia (2019) OLEUM project. Analysis of volatile compounds of extra virgin and virgin olive oil with a different geographical origin by flash gas chromatography. University of Bologna. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6264. [Dataset]
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Abstract

This data set contains the underlying data of the scientific publication: Palagano R. et al., 2019. Discrimination of virgin olive oils with different geographical origin: a rapid untargeted chromatographic approach based on volatile compounds. This publication will be submitted to a scientific journal. To ensure that consumers are not misled, European Regulation n. 29/2012 establishes specific rules to report the geographical origin of extra virgin and virgin olive oils on the product label, but an analytical procedure to verify this information has not been yet defined. A flash gas chromatography and untargeted chemometric data elaborations for the rapid screening of 210 extra virgin and virgin olive oils with different geographical provenance was applied. The analysis of volatile compounds was carried out by the Flash Gas Chromatography Electronic Nose Heracles II (Alpha MOS, Toulouse, France). The instrument was equipped with two metal capillary columns (MXT-5 and MXT-1701) working in parallel mode. At the end of each column, a FID detector was placed and the acquired signal was digitalized every 0.01 sec. This data set contains the raw data (intensity values for each point of the chromatogram considering that the signal was digitalized every 0.01 sec) obtained from the analysis of all the sample by flash gas chromatography. Only data obtained from the column MXT-5 are reported since this column showed a higher discriminating power.

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Palagano, RosaUniversity of Bologna
Bendini, AlessandraUniversity of Bologna0000-0002-6515-5519
Valli, EnricoUniversity of Bologna
Cevoli, ChiaraUniversity of Bologna
Gallina Toschi, TulliaUniversity of Bologna
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Bendini, AlessandraUniversity of Bologna0000-0002-6515-5519Contact person
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29 Oct 2019 12:00
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29 Oct 2019 12:00
Project name
OLEUM - Advanced solutions for assuring the overall authenticity and quality of olive oil
Funding program
EC - H2020
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