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5 June 2014 Portable capillary electrophoresis-system for on-site food analysis with lab-on-a-chip based contactless conductivity detection
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A portable analytical system for the characterization of liquid environmental samples and beverages in food control was realized. The key element is the implementation of contactless conductivity detection on lab-on-a-chip basis ensuring the system to be operated in a label free mode. Typical target molecules such as small ionic species like Li+, Na+, K+, SO4 2- or NO3-, organic acids in wine whose concentration and ratio to each other documents the wine quality, or caffeine or phosphate in coke were detected. Results from sample matrices like various beverages as water, cola, tea, wine and milk, water from heaters, environmental samples and blood will be presented.
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Claudia Gärtner, René Sewart, Richard Klemm, and Holger Becker "Portable capillary electrophoresis-system for on-site food analysis with lab-on-a-chip based contactless conductivity detection", Proc. SPIE 9112, Sensing Technologies for Global Health, Military Medicine, and Environmental Monitoring IV, 911211 (5 June 2014); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2050249
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