technique could be an efficient method for the simple, real-time high throughput quantification of the moisture and oil content in battered chicken nuggets.
We then developed a model relating the NIRS
output to the amount of acrylamide in the French fries, showing that we could rapidly estimate the acrylamide content using the NIRS
technology, which is also less expensive than the standard analytical chemistry methods.
Two of the samples from that first batch passed by the QC lab but failed by NIRS
pointed to data from the Boston College Center for Retirement Research that found as of 2013, more than half of U.
The science of NIRS
hinges on some of the fundamental principles of pulse oximetry as they relate to the transmission of light through living tissues and the absorption of light by tissue chromophores (naturally occurring compounds that absorb light [e.
7, and NIRS
urged its members and supporters to resubmit their letters.
Clinically and in neuroscience research, NIRS
measurements from a single source and detector are commonly used.
Secretary of Energy banned commercially recycling metal that could be radioactive, but NIRS
says the ban left several loopholes.
Going forward, the NIRS
plans to conduct research targeting schizophrenic patients.
Key words: central nervous system, NIRS
, electrodermal activation, learning and behavior assessment
The objective of the present research was to study the potential of NIRS
for analyzing the fatty acid composition of single husked achenes of sunflower and to evaluate its performance in a selection program for high stearic content in materials derived from CAS-14.
AWRI director Professor Peter Hoj says NIRS
technology has previously been applied to measure quality of grain at the elevator, but new software has allowed it to evaluate grape color.