Essential Oils Authenticity Assessment in Food and Beverage Products by Static Headspace and Chiral Fast GC-TOF-MS
26 Jan 2015

The use of chiral fast gas chromatography is very effective in for essential oil quality control, with the possibility to significantly shorten the analysis time for higher sample throughput. In this poster, a fully automated static headspace technique coupled to fast GC-TOFMS offers an easy and effective method for fast authenticity assessment of essential oils in different types of food and beverages.

Show    per page
3 of 54     Page  1 2 3  ... Next 
UHPLC Separation and Determination of 17 Proteinogenic Amino Acids in Baby Food baby food, amino acids6 Jan 2015Read
Cognac Analysis Using the Agilent 4200 Microwave Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectrometer elemental analysis, alcoholic beverages5 Jan 2015Read
Analysis of Mineral Content in Milk Powder metals, milk analysis5 Jan 2015Read
Applications of QuEChERS to Unconventional Analytes and Sample Matrices QuEChERS, food testing2 Jan 2015Read
Increase Data Quality for Sulfonamide Residue Analysis by HPLC and UHPLC Using Unique Biphenyl Column Selectivity antibiotics31 Dec 2014Read
Meeting the European Commission Performance Criteria for the Use of Triple Quadrupole GC-MS/MS as a Confirmatory Method for PCDD/Fs in Food and Feed Samples Dioxins24 Dec 2014Read
Determination of Pesticide Residue in Vegetables Using the AutoMate-Q40 pesticides23 Dec 2014Read
Simultaneous Determination of 2- and 4-Methylimidazoles in Beverages Using a FASt® Filter and Shoot Method carcinogenicity, beverage analysis22 Dec 2014Read
Solid Fat Content (SFC) Analysis: The International Standard Method for the Determination of Fat Melting Profiles fats22 Dec 2014Read
Acrylamide in Food: Kits, Columns and Tubes for Sensitive GC-MS and LC-MS Analyses and Solid Phase Extraction food testing, carcinogenicity19 Dec 2014Read

Popular tags in SelectScience