• Chemistry
  • Published 2013

Application of NIR spectroscopy and chemometrics in quality control of wild berry fruit extracts during storage

@inproceedings{Georgieva2013ApplicationON,
  title={Application of NIR spectroscopy and chemometrics in quality control of wild berry fruit extracts during storage},
  author={Mariya Georgieva and Ivana Nebojan and Kiril Mihalev and Nikolina Yoncheva and Jasenka Gajdo{\vs} Kljusuri{\'c} and Želimir Kurtanjek},
  year={2013}
}
Extracts of wild berry fruits (Bilberry, Cranberry, Raspberry and Strawberry) were analysed using the near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). NIRS can be used quantitatively and qualitatively to detect, identify, and qualify raw materials like berry fruits and to control their quality. The spectra of fruit products were measured by diffuse trans-reflectance and raw spectra were used for chemometric analysis. The range of NIR used in this research was 904–1699 nm with the aim to use the potential of… CONTINUE READING

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