The Use of Olfactometry to Study Taste and Odour Compounds in Water

Martin Perkins

16th May 2014

Recently, we have had a lot of interest in the use of GC-Olfactometry (GC-O) as a tool to assist in the identification of off-odours in water.

Jeff Stubbs has just drawn my attention to this article published in Environmental Science and Technology that discusses the role of GC-O in the detection of problem compounds in water process research.

If you are involved in taste and odour measurements, you will probably find this article an interesting read.

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