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Table 2 Transport properties and mobility by low-field nuclear magnetic resonance

From: Encapsulation of a free-solvent extract of lycopene in alginate-Ca(II) beads containing sugars and biopolymers

Beads Amplitude1 (%) T 21 (ms) Amplitude2 (%) T 22 (ms) D (10−9 m2/s)
A 58 ± 2a 66 ± 3a 42 ± 5a 168 ± 13a 0.52 ± 0.03a
A-T 56 ± 5a 66 ± 2a 44 ± 5a 170 ± 13a 0.40 ± 0.02b
A-TCh 63 ± 10a 52 ± 1b 37 ± 5a 164 ± 3a 0.37 ± 0.02b
AP-T 59 ± 11a 67 ± 1a 41 ± 3a 174 ± 7a 0.450 ± 0.001a
AAG-T 63 ± 3a 69 ± 1a 38 ± 3a 179 ± 3a 0.51 ± 0.02a
  1. Relaxation times (T 2) and amplitudes (A) obtained by bi-exponential fitting of the decay curves and diffusion coefficients (D) at 25 °C in beads containing lycopene. Mean and standard deviation of duplicate determinations are informed
  2. Different letters in superscript on the columns indicate significant differences between values with p < 0.05