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When paired with spectroscopy, chemometric analysis is a rapid, nondestructive method for assessing food quality. We dove deep into a bushel of apples to measure visible and NIR reflectance spectra, and came out with models to identify variety and sugar content. Sweet!

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In this video, we visit The Macallan Distillery in Scotland to learn how spectroscopy helps to stem the flow of counterfeit spirits. Using our Spirit Sampler, distillery chemists are building spectral profiles of their whiskies for authentication of brands in the field.

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The Schematic View of OceanView software helps to manage each step of your experiment. This month: fluorescence of edible oils.

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High value powders like spices are frequently cut with fillers to reduce cost, fooling both consumers and importers. We looked at ginger to see how reflectance spectroscopy could be used to quickly spot adulteration without the need for chemical analysis.

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From the cow to the counter, NIR spectroscopy is ideal for measuring fat and other constituents in milk, with quantitative analysis obtained using chemometrics and calibration models. In this application note, we focus on determining the fat content of milk samples.

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In a lively Q&A, chemist and entrepreneur Gustavo Caneda discusses how science is helping people take more control of their lives.

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Do you have a sample you'd like to measure or authenticate? Share your challenge and we'll send you a Maxwell's Equations T-shirt.

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Modular reflectance spectroscopy allows foods to be measured easily and noninvasively, from farm to table. Whether you're looking at fruits, spices, seeds or grains, our reflection sampling accessory guide has a solution that's ripe for your application.

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Its natural flavor and pleasant aroma have made honey a popular sweetener for centuries - and a blossoming target for adulteration. In this application note, we reveal how fluorescence spectroscopy hits the sweet spot in distinguishing pure from adulterated honey.

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