Food quality and safety are two of the most challenging issues in the current regulatory environment, and are of great concern to today's health-conscious consumers. Characterizing food properties in today’s laboratories—polar pesticides, Organic acids, carbohydrates, amines—helps ensure high-quality and safe food products, and reinforces consumer confidence. We've consolidated the application notes you need on a range of topics.
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Read about the advantages of using High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (HPAE-PAD) for carbohydrate separation and how it permits direct quantification of nonderivatized carbohydrates at low-picomole levels with minimal sample preparation and cleanup.
Review a selection of applications on glycobiology, food and beverage, biofuels, and others in this application compendium.
See how this application demonstrates an accurate method for determining simple carbohydrates in kombucha using high-performance anion-exchange chromatography with pulsed amperometric detection HPAE-PAD.
View the testing results to see how it demonstrates the linearity, precision, and recovery of common coffee carbohydrates in samples ranging from instant coffee to green coffee beans. Compare two methods and their advantages and disadvantages.
Learn how an HPAE-PAD method can be used successfully to determine low- or non-caloric sweeteners in five commercial sugar-free or low-sugar products using a Dionex CarboPac PA20 column. This application can also use a PdH reference electrode.
The goal of this application is to develop an HPAE-PAD method for the determination of trace lactose in “lactose-free” and “reduced-lactose” labeled products using new column technology.
View this sensitive and accurate method to determine lactose and lactulose in dairy products, including lactose-free products, using HPAE-PAD in six different commercial products.
Review the results of high resolution chromatographic separations in beer samples using a 4µm resin anion-exchange separation column on a high-pressure modular IC system.
View the demonstration of the determination of quinic, malic, and citric acids in cranberry and bilberry in this study.
See how a method to determine organic acids in fruit juices and wines using IC with suppressed conductivity detection is developed.
Learn how the use of ion chromatography can be a versatile technique for the analysis of beer and is becoming the method if choice.