Journal Highlight: Discrimination of vinegars using a catalytic nanomaterials-based chemiluminescence sensor array

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  • Published: Apr 7, 2014
  • Author: spectroscopyNOW
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A chemiluminescence sensor array based on nine catalytic nanomaterials was prepared for the discrimination of eight vinegars, the response patterns being obtained as fingerprints for a given compound.

Discrimination of vinegars using a catalytic nanomaterials-based chemiluminescence sensor array

Luminescence, 2014, 29, 138-142
Weifen Niu and Yan Liu

Abstract: Quality control of foods is important for both industrial and personal concerns. In the past decade, a variety of sensor techniques have been developed and various applications realized for the analysis of foods in both the liquid and gas phases. In this paper, we report a chemiluminescence (CL) sensor array based on nine catalytic nanomaterials for the discrimination of eight vinegars. CL response patterns can be obtained as "fingerprints" for a given compound on the sensor array and then discriminated using linear discriminant analysis (LDA). The experiments demonstrate that the sensor array has excellent differentiability and reversibility.

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