Gas Chromatography Analysis with Olfactometric Detection (GC-O) as a Useful Methodology for Chemical Characterization of Odorous Compounds

@inproceedings{Brattoli2013GasCA,
  title={Gas Chromatography Analysis with Olfactometric Detection (GC-O) as a Useful Methodology for Chemical Characterization of Odorous Compounds},
  author={Magda Brattoli and Ezia Cisternino and Paolo Rosario Dambruoso and Gianluigi de Gennaro and Pasquale Giungato and Antonio Mazzone and Jolanda Palmisani and Maria Luisa Tutino},
  booktitle={Sensors},
  year={2013}
}
The gas chromatography-olfactometry (GC-O) technique couples traditional gas chromatographic analysis with sensory detection in order to study complex mixtures of odorous substances and to identify odor active compounds. The GC-O technique is already widely used for the evaluation of food aromas and its application in environmental fields is increasing, thus moving the odor emission assessment from the solely olfactometric evaluations to the characterization of the volatile components… CONTINUE READING

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