Production of Volatiles from Amino Acid Homopolymers by Irradiation

@inproceedings{Ahn2002ProductionOV,
  title={Production of Volatiles from Amino Acid Homopolymers by Irradiation},
  author={Dong Uk Ahn},
  year={2002}
}
Amino acid homopolymers were used to determine production of radiolytic volatiles by irradiation. Many new volatiles were generated, and the amounts of volatiles in amino acid homopolymers changed after irradiation. Each amino acid homopolymer group produced different odor characteristics, but the intensities of odor from all amino acid groups were weak, except for sulfur-containing amino acids. Sulfur-containing amino acids produced various sulfur compounds; the overall odor intensity of… CONTINUE READING

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