Study on the Authenticity of Identification Methods in White Spirit by Infrared Spectrometer

DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B061   PDF   HTML     2,607 Downloads   3,656 Views  


This experiment studies on the used infrared spectroscopy to establish technology methods for liquor identification methods, as well as offers the science data for establishment of the fingerprint in white spirit. The results have shown that using near-infrared spectroscopy analysis of liquor has the obvious features such as strong specificity, good reproducibility, simple operation, and finally confirmed that it is an authentic and ideal method for identification in white spirit.

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Bai, D. , Wang, N. , Ying, Q. and Lin, J. (2013) Study on the Authenticity of Identification Methods in White Spirit by Infrared Spectrometer. Engineering, 5, 297-306. doi: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B061.

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