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Application of Chemical Gas Sensors and Data Analysis to Food Analysis

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Electronic Noses (ENs) have recently emerged as valuable candidates in various areas of food quality control and traceability, including microbial spoilage diagnosis. In this contribution EN technology for food analysis applications, with particular emphasis on microbial spoilage screening of various food products, is reviewed. Paradigmatic and exemplar case studies are herein presented and discussed in an industrial application perspective. The lecture highlights some of the major limitations of currently available chemical sensor-based ENs and solutions proposed thereof, including hardware and software (data processing and analysis).


Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 1, 2014

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