AS106: Dynamic Headspace (DHS) Analysis Using Full Evaporation Technique (FET) to Quantify Trace Level Analytes Present in a Herbal Based Liquor

Martin Perkins

12th July 2018


Dynamic Headspace (DHS) Analysis Using Full Evaporation Technique (FET) to Quantify Trace Level Analytes Present in a Herbal Based Liquor:

Maintaining the quality of herbal based liquors is an important factor in their production.

Slight differences in the ingredients of these beverages can drastically change the taste.

Therefore, it is important for the distilleries to maintain the quality of their product for customer satisfaction.

This Anatune Application Note presents dynamic headspace (DHS) analysis using full evaporation technique (FET) to quantify trace level analytes present in a herbal-based liquor.

 

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