ELECTRONIC NOSE A NOVEL TOOL FOR QUALITY AND PROCESS CONTROL IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY

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QUICAZÁN S, Martha C; DÍAZ M, Amanda C; ZULUAGA D, Carlos M;
(2011)
  • Publisher: Facultad de Química Farmacéutica, Universidad de Antioquia
  • Subject: arreglo de sensores | sensores | sensors | volatile compound | análisis estadístico multivariado | Sensor array | multivariate statistics | reconocimiento de patrones | compuestos volátiles | pattern recognition

Los sistemas de olfato electrónico, más comúnmente conocidos en la industria agroalimentaria como narices electrónicas, son considerados hoy en día como una técnica de análisis de gran aplicabilidad y una práctica no destructiva diseñada para determinar, reconocer e ide... View more
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