Special Issues-11-01-2018

Special Issues

Vol 36 No s11 LCGC North America November 2018 Advances in Food and Beverage Analysis Supplement PDF

November 01, 2018

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Click the title above to open the LCGC North America November 2018 Special Issue, Advances in Food and Beverage Analysis, in an interactive PDF format.

Rapid Classification of Beef Aroma Quality Using SIFT-MS

November 01, 2018

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Application of multivariate statistical analysis to a combined data set demonstrated that SIFT-MS discriminates premium quality beef from eight sensory defects, and, therefore, could be applied as an instrumental grading tool, obviating sensory panel grading.

Comprehensive Identification of Migrating Compounds from Plastic Food Packaging Materials Using High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry

November 01, 2018

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This study assesses whether two commonly used plastic packaging materials are safe for use. Their potential migrants are analyzed using data-independent acquisition and liquid chromatography coupled with high-resolution, accurate-mass mass spectrometry.

A Simple and Effective ICP-MS Method Capable of Detecting Trace and Major Elements in Milk Samples

November 01, 2018

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The method described here is a simple method for detection of a wide spectrum of metals and for quantitative analysis over a wide dynamic range of elements, including both toxic metals and those metals essential for health and well-being.

Measuring Mycotoxins

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A discussion of challenges in mycotoxin analysis, a new multi-analyte method that does not require sample cleanup, and how analytical chemistry can help reduce contamination by these toxins along the food chain.

Immunoaffinity Solid-Phase Extraction with HPLC-FLD Detection for the Determination of Aflatoxins B2, B1, G2, and G1 in Ground Hazelnut

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Using highly specific immunoaffinity solid-phase extraction to selectively extract and enrich aflatoxins prior to HPLC-FLD analysis, without derivatization, low LOQ values-far below the European regulations-can be achieved even in highly complex and fatty matrices.