An improved mass spectrometric method for identification and quantification of phenolic compounds in apple fruits.

@article{Paepe2013AnIM,
  title={An improved mass spectrometric method for identification and quantification of phenolic compounds in apple fruits.},
  author={Domien De Paepe and Kelly Servaes and Bart Noten and Ludo Diels and Marc de Loose and Bart Van Droogenbroeck and Stefan Voorspoels},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={136 2},
  pages={368-75}
}
Thirty-nine phenolic compounds were analysed using ultra high performance liquid chromatography (UHPLC) coupled with diode array and accurate mass spectrometry detection using electrospray ionisation (DAD/ESI-am-MS). Instrumental parameters such as scan speed, resolution, and mass accuracy were optimised to establish accurate mass measurements. The method was fully validated in terms of model deviation (r(2)>0.9990), range (typically 10-3500 ngg(-1)), intra/inter-day precision (<6% and <8… CONTINUE READING

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