Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction (SBSE) and Solvent Assisted Stir Bar Sorptive Extraction (SA-SBSE) are firmly established techniques for extraction…

Static (equilibrium) headspace sampling is commonly used for GC determination of volatiles in solid and liquid samples. Since this technique…

Direct thermal extraction (DTE) is a thermal desorption technique in which a small amount of sample, typically 10-50 mg, is placed in an empty…

Direct injection for gas chromatographic profiling of alcoholic beverages is usually preferable, but where spirits and liquors contain appreciable…

Gas Chromatography-Olfactometry (GC-O) is an essential technique in aroma analysis. Olfactory detection is often performed in parallel with GC…

In this study, a method was developed for quantitative determination of seven phenolic compounds in scotch whisky. Two different whisky brands…

1,4-Dioxane is a chemical contaminant formed in trace amounts as a byproduct during the manufacturing process of detergents, foaming agents,…

This study shows the analysis of several commercially available coconut water products using a GC/MS system equipped with a versatile autosampler…

Well known for their characteristic fl avor and fragrance characteristics, terpenes are contained in the derived essential oils of cannabis.…

Aroma Offi ce 2D (Gerstel K.K.) is an integrated software approach for simultaneous processing of both retention index (RI) and mass spectral (MS…