Spettroscopia e Chemiometria Weekly News #21-24, 2017

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Chemometrics

Fast sampling, analyses and chemometrics for plantbreeding: Bitter acids, xanthohumol and terpenes in lupulin … LINK


Near Infrared

Measurement of Soy Contents in Ground Beef Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy LINK


Near infrared spectroscopy for body fat sensing in neonates: quantitative analysis by GAMOS simulations | Bodyfat LINK



Fatty acids and fat-soluble vitamins in ewe’s milk predicted by near infrared reflectance spectroscopy. | NIRS LINK


NeoSpectra Micro, a small, chip-scale, near infra-red (NIR) spectral sensor – LINK


Hyperspectral

Drones on the Farm: Agribotix Partners with senseFly, and Sentera Announces Real-Time NDVI Streaming LINK


Early Detection of Aspergillus parasiticus Infection in Maize Kernels Using NIR Hyperspectral Imaging and MDA LINK



Nondestructive Estimation of Moisture Content, pH and Soluble Solid Contents in Intact Tomatoes Using HSI LINK


Equipment

Spectrometers: Excitation source parameters dictate Raman spectroscopy outcomes LINK


Future

Is molecular scanning the next killer smartphone app? killerapp futuretrends sensorik sensor LINK


Other

It took 50 years for the world to install the first million industrial robots. The next million will take only eight … LINK!


“How Statistics lost their power – and why we should fear what comes next” | BigDataAnalytics bigdata LINK



Teoria del campionamento (TOS)

What is Theory of Sampling (TOS)? TOS is a theory about the sampling of materials. Here are some recommended links. Links Gy’s sampling theory TOS forum edited by Professor Kim H. Esbensen Presentations Representative Sampling – a critical success factor for all analytical endeavors (incl. NIR), Kim Esbensen, IDRC 2014 Papers Theory of sampling (TOS) versus measurement uncertainty (MU) – A call for integration, Kim H. Esbensen, Claas Wagner Books Process Analytical Technology: Spectroscopic Tools and Implementation Strategies for the Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries, Second Edition, Chapter 3. Process Sampling: Theory of Sampling – the Missing Link in Process Analytical Technologies (PAT), Katherine A. Bakeev, Kim H. Esbensen and Peter Paasch-Mortensen Related: Why NIR Method Maintenance?