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High pressures and columns with small particle sizes have been used in high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) for a long time, but not in ion chromatography (IC). But now, high pressures in IC are ready to take off.
Fruit juice adulteration presents an economic and regulatory problem. The most common forms of adulteration include simple dilution and blending of inexpensive and synthetically produced juices into the more expensive ones.
Sugar alcohols are used in confectionary products because they impart a sweet taste without the calories associated with sugars. However, their use in foods is regulated because they exhibit laxative and diuretic properties.
The Nutrition Labeling and Education Act requires the amount of sugar be displayed on the label of pre-packaged food or drink. This application proof note demonstrates a high-performance anion-exchange with pulsed amperometric detection method to determine sugar concentrations.
High-performance anion-exchange chromatography coupled with pulsed amperometric detection is a well-established technique to identify and quantify carbohydrates in food and beverage samples.
|Application Brief||Determination of Carbohydrates in Fruit Juice Using Capillary High-Performance Anion-Exchange Chromatography||Chromatography||AB127|
|Application Note||Analysis of Fruit Juice Adulterated with Medium Invert Sugar||Chromatography||AN82|
|Application Note||Determination of Sugar Alcohols in Confections and Fruit Juices||Chromatography||AN87|
|Application Note||Determination of Organic Acids in Fruit Juices||Chromatography||AN143|
|Applications Notebook||Beverages Applications Notebook: Fruit Juice||Chromatography||LPN3084|
|Poster Note||Determination of Organic Acids and Anthocyanins in Cranberry Extract||Chromatography||PN70227|
|Technical Note||Fast Separations of Organic Acids in an Orange Juice Sample Using High-Pressure Capillary IC||Chromatography||TN119|
|Poster||Evaluation Of Herb And Fruit Juice Adulteration And Authenticity By Coulometric Array Detection And Pattern Recognition Analysis||Chromatography||PO70534|
|Application Note||Determination of Total Inorganic Arsenic in Fruit Juice Using High-Pressure Capillary Ion Chromatography||Chromatography||AN145|
|Poster Note||Detection and Quantification of Inorganic Arsenic in Fruit Juices by Capillary Ion Chromatography with Suppressed Conductivity Detection||Chromatography||PN70723|
|Application Note||Ion Chromatography ICP-Q-MS for the Detection of As Species in Apple Juice||Chromatography||AN43099|
|Application Brief||Determination of Organic Acids in Cranberry and Bilberry Extracts||Chromatography||AB112|
|Application Brief||Rapid Determination of Hesperidin in Orange Peel Using Accelerated Solvent Extraction and UHPLC||Chromatography||AB142|
|Application Note||Fast Determination of Anthocyanins in Pomegranate Juice||Chromatography||AN264|
|Application Note||Rapid and Sensitive Determination of Anthocyanins in Bilberries Using UHPLC||Chromatography||AN281|
|Application Note||Determination of Trace Sodium in Cranberry Powder||Chromatography||AN1003|
|Application Note||Rapid Separation of Anthocyanins in Cranberry and Bilberry Extracts Using a Core-Shell Particle Column||Chromatography||AN1042|
|Customer Application Note||Determination of the Punicalagins Found in Pomegranate by High Performance Liquid Chromatography||Chromatography||CAN106|
|Application Brief||LC-MS Analysis of Anthocyanins in Bilberry Extract||Mass Spectrometry||AB134|
|Application Proof Note||Determination of Sugars in Fruit Juice Using a Compact IC System||Chromagraphy||APN180|
|Brochure||Complete Solution for Testing Sugars in Wine and Juice with Automated Discrete Analyzers, System Reagent Kits and Standard Solutions||Discrete Analyzer|
|Brochure||Complete Solution for Testing Acids in Wine and Juice||Discrete Analyzer||BR71639|
|Poster Note||Rapid Automatic Analysis of Acids in Juice Using a Discrete Analyzer||Discrete Analyzer||PN71630|
|Application Note||Measuring calcium in fruit juice||Chromatography||AN029|
|On-demand Webinar||Quality Attributes of Beverage Testing by Integrated Wet Chemical Analyzer||Discrete Analyzer|
|Infographic||Gallery Discrete Analyzer - Increase Productivity and Profitability in Contract Testing Labs||Wet Chemical Analysis||IN73408|
|Executive Summary||How Discrete Wet Chemical Analysis is bringing Flexible, Cost-effective Multiparameter Testing to the Beverage Industry||Wet Chemical Analysis||XX73267|
|eBook||Analytical Guide for Routine Beverage Analysis||Wet Chemical Analysis||EB73110|
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