Fruit Volatile Analysis Using an Electronic Nose – a 2 minute Preview of the Experimental Protocol
Simona Vallone, Nathan W. Lloyd, Susan E. Ebeler, Florence Zakharov
University of California, Davis, Department of Plant Sciences; University of California, Davis, Department of Chemical Engineering and Material Science; University of California, Davis, Department of Viticulture and Enology;
A rapid method for volatile compound analysis in fruit is described. The volatile compounds present in the headspace of a homogenate of the sample are rapidly separated and detected with ultra-fast gas chromatography (GC) coupled with a surface acoustic wave (SAW) sensor. A procedure for data handling and analysis is also discussed.
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