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|Title:||An electronic tongue for juice level evaluation in non-alcoholic beverages|
|Authors:||Peres, António M.|
Barcelos, Tânia P.
Morais, Jorge Sá
Fruit juice level
|Citation:||Peres, A. M.; Dias, L.G.; Barcelos, T.P.; Sá Morais, J.; Machado, A.A.S.C. (2009) - An electronic tongue for juice level evaluation in non-alcoholic beverages. Procedia Chemistry. ISSN 1876-6196. 1:1 (2009) p. 1023-1026|
|Abstract:||An electronic tongue with 36 cross-sensibility polymeric membranes was built and used for semi-quantitative analysis of beverages. The objective was to differentiate 4 non-alcoholic beverage groups with different added fruit juice contents: higher than 30%, between 14%-30%, 5%-10% and 0.1%-2%. A set of 16 Portuguese beverages (4 for each group), purchased in commercial supermarkets, was analyzed and the respective signal profiles recorded by the electronic tongue device. The data obtained were treated by stepwise linear discriminant analysis, allowing a 100% overall correct classification for the original grouped cases and a 93.8% for the “leaving one-out” cross-validation procedure|
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