Data on terpene content in pre-rolled paper cones infused with terpene-containing flavours based on the formation of a partially soluble precipitate

Published: 25 April 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/h5nyfd3y92.1
Arthur Karangan, Sherwin Wardhana Rahardjo, Antonius Jimmy Widagdo, Shella Permatasari Santoso, Suryadi Ismadji


The dataset comprises raw data from the absorbance measurement of flavor-containing terpene (FCT) infused in pre-rolled cone paper and glue. Measurement was performed using UV-Vis spectrophotometric method at a wavelength of 538 nm. FCT was directly used as the standard for expressing the terpene content equivalence. The measurement of FCT infused in pre-rolled cone paper and glue was initiated by extracting the terpene content using chloroform, formation of partially soluble reddish-brown precipitate using sulphuric acid, and the absorbance measurement of the precipitate. The decrement of the FCT content from infused pre-rolled cone paper and glue was performed after the incubation of the sample for 1 day and 7 day. The effect of several parameters on the decrement of FCT content was evaluated, that is the effect of tube sealing and additive (ethanol and polypropylene glycol) addition.



Universitas Katolik Widya Mandala Surabaya


Analytical Chemistry


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