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Quantitative determination of beta damascenone in foods using a stable isotope dilution assay


Quantitative determination of beta damascenone in foods using a stable isotope dilution assay



Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 39(4): 757-759



ISSN/ISBN: 0021-8561

DOI: 10.1021/jf00004a028

A stable isotope dilution assay has been developed for the quantitative determination of .beta.-damascenone in foods. Application of the method to roasted coffee (powder and brew), black tea, honey, and beer has indicated that the odorant can be determined with a high degree of sensitivity and accuracy.

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