Determination of Acrolein and Other Process Contaminants in Beer, Wine, and Potato Chip Matrices by Liquid Chromatography-Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry
DescriptionCarbonyl compounds are widely found in food products. Acrolein is the a,ß-unsaturated carbonyl compound also called prop-2-enal or acrylic aldehyde. Acrolein has a high volatility and very high reactivity.1 To evaluate risk assessment, more information on its occurrence needs to be generated. The aim of this study was to develop an in-house validated method for the determination of a wide range of carbonyl compounds to quantify these process contaminants in beer, wine, and potato chips using LC/MS.
|Market:||Food and Beverage|
|Keywords:||Liquid chromatography, Single quadrupole LC/MS, DNPH derivatization, Reactive carbon compounds|
|Matrix:||Beer, Food, Wine|
|Author:||Laszlo Hollosi, Hamide Senyuva, Klaus Mittendorf|
|Affiliation:||Thermo Fisher Scientific|
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