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New IFU Review of Methodology - Use of 1H-NMR as a screening tool

Tuesday 31 March 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: John Collins
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A new IFU publication, Review of methodology #1 (2020), Use of 1H-NMR as a screening tool to assess the quality and authenticity of fruit juices has been published.

This 25 page review outlines how Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy coupled with multivariate statistical techniques are applied for the rapid quality and authenticity assessment of fruit juices.  It explains the science behind the technique, how it can be used as a rapid screening tool, method validation, the ability to differentiate different types of juices (variety and country of origin) and determination of some components.

The document is available to IFU members and subscribers in the Methods of Analysis section of the IFU website