Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy for quantitative determination of virgin olive oil adulteration with sunflower oil

@article{Poulli2006SynchronousFS,
  title={Synchronous fluorescence spectroscopy for quantitative determination of virgin olive oil adulteration with sunflower oil},
  author={Konstantina I. Poulli and G. Mousdis and C. Georgiou},
  journal={Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry},
  year={2006},
  volume={386},
  pages={1571-1575}
}
Adulteration of extra virgin olive oil with sunflower oil is a major issue for the olive oil industry. In this paper, the potential of total synchronous fluorescence (TSyF) spectra to differentiate virgin olive oil from sunflower oil and synchronous fluorescence (SyF) spectra combined with multivariate analysis to assess the adulteration of virgin olive oil are demonstrated. TSyF spectra were acquired by varying the excitation wavelength in the region 270–720 nm and the wavelength interval… Expand
Application of fluorescence spectroscopy and chemometric models for the detection of vegetable oil adulterants in Maltese virgin olive oils
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