Profiling Beer: Solid Phase Micro-Extraction (SPME) Analysis via Direct Analysis in Real Time HRMS
2 September 2014

Rapid profiling the chemicals in beer using DART-MS to ionize a small volume of sample is a strategy that has been used in the past for determination of authenticity. This poster demonstrates more dynamic sampling, by taking this experiment a step further by using solid phase extraction to collect key beer markers onto SPME fibers.

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