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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Determination of alcohol content in beverages using short-wave near-infrared spectroscopy and temperature correction by transfer calibration procedures|
|Abstract:||This paper reports the utilization of short-wave near-infrared (SW-NIR) transmission spectroscopy for rapid and conclusive analysis of alcoholic content (% v/v) in beverages. This spectral region is interesting because common visible diode array spectrometers can be utilized, reducing time and costs in comparison with traditional near-infrared or mid-infrared instruments. A correction of external temperature influence is necessary, and for this purposes two calibration transfer procedures were compared: piecewise direct standardization (PDS) and orthogonal signal correction (OSC). The RMSEP found for the alcoholic content model at 20 degreesC was 0.13% v/v and, after application of transfer calibration procedures at other temperatures (15, 25, 30 and 35 degreesC) using the model built at 20 degreesC, errors of the same order of magnitude were obtained.|
piecewise direct standardization
orthogonal signal correction
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