13 May 2015 Dispersive Raman spectroscopy excited at 1064nm to classify the botanic origin of honeys from Calabria and quantify the sugar profile
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Abstract
Raman spectroscopy performed using optical fibers, with excitation at 1064 nm and a dispersive detection scheme, was utilized to analyze a selection of unifloral honeys produced in the Italian region of Calabria. The honey samples had three different botanical origins: chestnut, citrus, and acacia, respectively. A multivariate processing of the spectroscopic data enabled us to distinguish their botanical origin, and to build predictive models for quantifying their main sugars. This experiment indicates the excellent potentials of Raman spectroscopy as an analytical tool for the nondestructive and rapid assessment of food-quality indicators.
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A. G. Mignani, A. G. Mignani, L. Ciaccheri, L. Ciaccheri, A. A. Mencaglia, A. A. Mencaglia, R. Di Sanzo, R. Di Sanzo, S. Carabetta, S. Carabetta, M. T. Russo, M. T. Russo, } "Dispersive Raman spectroscopy excited at 1064nm to classify the botanic origin of honeys from Calabria and quantify the sugar profile", Proc. SPIE 9486, Advanced Environmental, Chemical, and Biological Sensing Technologies XII, 94860E (13 May 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2179699; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2179699
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