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Record number 438528
Title Magnetic Resonance in Food Science - Food for Thought
Author(s) Duynhoven, J.P.M. van; Belton, P.S.; Webb, G.A.; As, H. van
Source London : RSC Books - ISBN 9781849736343 - 235
Department(s) Biophysics
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) voedselwetenschappen - voedingsmiddelen - kernspintomografie - diagnostische technieken - voedselverwerking - spectroscopie - afbeelden - voedselkwaliteit - voedselveiligheid - food sciences - foods - magnetic resonance imaging - diagnostic techniques - food processing - spectroscopy - imagery - food quality - food safety
Categories Food Sciences (General)
Abstract There are many challenges and problems in food science and magnetic resonance methods may be used to provide answers and deepen both fundamental and practical knowledge. This book presents innovations in magnetic resonance and in particular applications to understanding the functionality of foods, their processing and stability and their impact on health, perception and behaviour. Coverage includes structure and function, emphasizing respectively applications of spectroscopy/relaxometry and imaging/diffusometry; high resolution NMR spectroscopy as applied to quality and safety and foodomics; and dedicated information on perception and behaviour demonstrating the progress that has been made in applications of fMRI in this field.
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