Browsing by Author "Grainger, Megan N.C."

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  • Utilising Olive Leaves to Enrich Olive Oil with Oleuropein Aglycone

    te Bogt, Jade (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    Olive oil (OO) is an excellent source of minor bioactive compounds, such as oleuropein aglycone, which is gaining increasing attention due to its biological properties and benefits on human health. The European Food Safety ...
  • Development of a novel cyanide-free method for analysis of vitamin B₁₂ in milk-based infant formula

    Li, Yanan (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    The analysis of vitamin B₁₂ in infant formulas requires the use of cyanide during the sample preparation process to convert the three unstable vitamers (hydroxocobalamin, methylcobalamin and adenosylcobalamin) to cyanocobalamin, ...
  • Characterisation of the aroma profiles of New Zealand monofloral honeys

    Thomas, Edie Rose (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    New Zealand hosts a variety of monofloral honeys with distinct aromas and flavours. These sensory properties are determined by the volatile organic compounds present in the honey, of which over 600 have been identified. ...
  • Preparation of phosphinate-based ionic liquids for rare earth recovery

    Sanders, Sinead (The University of Waikato, 2023)
    The rare earth elements are vital components in many modern technologies, including green energy technology such as wind turbines and electric vehicles, however the extraction and separation of these elements remains a ...
  • Rapid maturation of whiskey

    Button, Kaitlin (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Whiskey is among the oldest and one of the most consumed spirit based drinks in the world. Traditionally whiskey is aged for three or more years in wooden barrels to mature the spirit. During maturation, a variety of ...

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