In a New Food webinar on 9 June, experts from Oxford Instruments and ALS Global will explore the use of benchtop NMR spectroscopy and TD-NMR in the .. Read more testing laboratory. NMR is one of the most powerful tools available to an analytical chemist; the ability to quantify and characterise materials creates almost endless possibilities. In an upcoming New Food webinar, Kevin Nott, Product Manager at Oxford Instruments, will introduce both time domain NMR (TD-NMR) and benchtop NMR spectroscopy, while Tim Lumb, Chemistry Technical Manager at ALS, will outline some common applications of NMR in food analysis and how this tool will evolve in the future. Currently, total fat analysis is the most frequent application for NMR in food testing and during this session we’ll hear about the advantages of using this tool over other methods. The experts will explore whether it’s possible to characterise and understand more about the composition and character of fat. NMR’s powerful capabilities offer the potential to address a range of food authenticity issues. Benchtop NMR spectroscopy instruments, such as the Oxford Instruments X-Pulse, can be used for multiple authenticity applications.
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