Rice Bran Oil Extraction as Trioxolane Raw Material


  • Sri Handayani
  • Sofa Fajirah Research Centre for Chemistry, Indonesian Institute of Science
  • Enjarlis Enjarlis Department of Chemistry, Institute Teknologi Indonesia




rice bran, extraction, adsorption, bentonite, n-hexane


Rice bran is a byproduct of rice processing which was generally used for animal feed. Rice bran oil could be used as raw material in the fields of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and food oil. The purpose of this research is to extract rice bran into oil as a raw material for Trioxolane using n-Hexane solvent and purify the oil by adsorption using bentonite. Trioxolent compounds were obtained from ozonated fatty acids. Variable extraction time 2, 3 and 4 hours and use of bentonite 2.5, 5 and 7.5 grams from 10 ml of crude rice bran oil. The results obtained an oil yield of each variable extraction time 2, 3, and 4 hours respectively - the value is 8.4, 10, 11%. The optimum operating conditions were obtained by extraction time of 4 hours and refining 75% bentonite. The characteristics of rice bran oil has a moisture content of 8%, an acidic value of 67% mg NaOH/g sample, a peroxide number of 21 mgrek/g sample, an iod number of 46 mgI2 / g sample and the results of fatty acid analysis using GCMS is 33.5 % oleic acid, 24.8% Linoleic acid, 32.6% Palmitic acid.


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Handayani, S., Fajirah, S., & Enjarlis, E. (2020). Rice Bran Oil Extraction as Trioxolane Raw Material. Simetrikal: Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2(1), 13-19. https://doi.org/10.32734/jet.v2i1.3063