James Giese

Electronic nose instruments are based on the fact that flavors, odors, and volatile compounds are recognized mainly through the sense of smell. The volatile and semi-volatile compounds which interact with biological sensors in the nose are responsible for odor. The unique quality and character of many products are found in the chemical volatiles which comprise their odor. The ability to reliably measure and identify quality factors impurities, taints, and adulteration is key for many companies t…


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