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Issue 10, 2008
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Electronic integrated multisensor tongue applied to grape juice and wine analysis

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Abstract

An integrated multisensor composed by six ISFET devices selective to common ions and heavy metals combined with a flow injection analysis (FIA) system has been applied as an electronic tongue to grape juice and wine sample analysis. The data obtained for several grape and wine variety samples analysis have been treated using multiparametric tools like principal component analysis (PCA) and soft independent modelling class analogy technique (SIMCA) for the patterning recognition and classification of samples and partial least squares (PLS) regression for quantification of several parameters of interest in wine production. The results obtained have demonstrated the potential of using those multisensors as electronic tongues not only for distinguishing the samples according to the grape variety and the vintage year but also for quantitative prediction of several sample parameters.

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Submitted
28 Jan 2008
Accepted
30 Jun 2008
First published
25 Jul 2008

Analyst, 2008,133, 1440-1448
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Electronic integrated multisensor tongue applied to grape juice and wine analysis

L. Moreno i Codinachs, J. P. Kloock, M. J. Schöning, A. Baldi, A. Ipatov, A. Bratov and C. Jiménez-Jorquera, Analyst, 2008, 133, 1440
DOI: 10.1039/B801228H

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