Application of Infrared Analysis to Edible Films
In the modern analytical laboratory today, one will find an assortment of analytical instrumentation such as gas chromatography for the analysis of volatile compounds and liquid chromatography for the analysis of non-volatile chemicals. Many other computer-assisted instruments are used for the analysis of materials such as foods or other consumer products, as well as industrial materials. For many of these instruments, talent and experience is required to prepare the sample prior to analysis and this can be challenging. These procedures require time and even more time is needed to develop them as useful analytical methods.
KeywordsAttenuate Total Reflectance Infrared Analysis Edible Film Triglycine Sulfate Starch Film
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