From targeted to untargeted detection of contaminants and foreign bodies in food and feed using NIR spectroscopy
- Baeten, V. , Vermeulen, P. , Fernández Pierna, J.A. & Dardenne, P. (2014). From targeted to untargeted detection of contaminants and foreign bodies in food and feed using NIR spectroscopy NewFood 17, (3), 15-23.
|Abstract||For decades, Near InfraRed Spectroscopy (NIRS) has been widely used in the food and feed industry in order to implement rapid, relatively inexpensive and efficient control tools to assure the quality of products. NIRS is a branch of the molecular vibrational spectroscopy that refers to the measurement of radiation intensity (i.e. absorbance) as a function of frequency ranging in the electromagnetic spectrum (usually expressed as a function of wavelength [nm], but with the introduction of Fourier transform based instrument also as a function of wavenumber [cm-1]) in the 780-2500 nm (12820 – 4000 cm-1).|
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|Authors||Baeten, V. , Vermeulen, P. , Fernández Pierna, J.A. & Dardenne, P.|