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Wine chemical characterization by near infrared spectroscopy and chemometric analysis

  • XIX Euroanalysis 2017 - Europe's Analytical Chemistry Meeting. Stockholm, Sweden, 28 Aug – 1 Sep, 157, 2017


The recent developments in both chemometrics and instrumentation have resulted in rapid methods for predicting the concentration of specific chemical constituents and helped to reduce the demand for traditional analysis. Near infrared spectroscopy (NIR) is such a rapid and non-destructive technique and generally requires minimal sample processing prior to analysis. The aim of the present work was to examine the potential of NIR spectroscopy to determine the concentration of 10 different compounds in white wines. The collected NIR spectra used in this analysis ranged from 5435 cm-1 to 6357 cm-1 ...

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