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Flavonoids are phenolic compounds most commonly found in many plants, including noni fruit. Noni fruit also has many benefits for the pharmaceutical and herbal industries. Microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) is an effective and rapid method for obtaining bioactive compounds from plant materials. This research is a laboratory experimental study using noni-fruit samples and aims to identify flavonoid compounds in noni-fruit extract. Noni fruit was dried before being processed into simplisia powder. Using 96% ethanol and 70% alcohol solvents, the MAE method concentrated the extract for two minutes at 50 C. Using HCL solvent, the noni extract was then identified as having flavonoids. The results showed that flavonoid compounds were present in a 70% alcohol extract of noni fruit.
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