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Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC-MS)
Read about the key topics impacting food and beverage testing labs in our latest Guide to Testing supplement.
This application note demonstrates the utility of Raman imaging for characterising various food samples such as honey, chocolate and fat spreads, leading to a comprehensive understanding of the products and the production processes.
New Food recently hosted a webinar in association with Metrohm, which discussed the benefits of ion chromatography for beverage analysis with a special focus on automated inline sample preparation techniques.
Following an insightful live webinar on the benefits of a highly sensitive mass spectrometer, Robert Di Lorenzo takes the opportunity to answer several audience questions…
Experts from Analytik Jena recently discussed techniques for edible oil analysis by means of elemental analysis, atomic spectrometry and UV/Vis spectroscopy. Here are the webinar highlights…
A research team from Moscow says it can identify when your chicken has been grilled just right, without even smelling or seeing it...
Scientists believe they have found an accurate way to measure a compound in beer that could be the key to understanding its often fruity flavour profile.
Haley Gershon and Maren Pauly of Beta Analytic explain how carbon dating can be used to determine how natural a product's ingredients really are.
Poster: Analysis of Glyphosate, Glufosinate, and AMPA in Food Using In-vial Addition of Pairing Agent
35,000 tons per year – this is the amount of pesticides applied in the European Community, and there are many different types to look for.
Automated preparation of matrix matched pesticide calibration standards in QuEChERS food extracts combined with filtration and LC/MS analysis.
Using liquid chromatography, NIST researchers have doubled their database of oligosaccharides in milk, which they say could help infant formula manufacturers to develop optimised products.