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Agricultural Research Service

Title: Use of Two-Dimensional Vibrational Spectroscopy Study of the Interactions Caused by Changes in Chemical Composition of Rice Flour

Authors
item Himmelsbach, David
item Barton Ii, Franklin

Submitted to: Eastern Analytical Symposium
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: September 19, 2003
Publication Date: November 17, 2003
Citation: HIMMELSBACH, D.S., BARTON II, F.E. USE OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL VIBRATIONAL SPECTROSCOPY STUDY OF THE INTERACTIONS CAUSED BY CHANGES IN CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF RICE FLOUR. THE 42ND EASTERN ANALYTICAL SYMPOSIUM, NOVEMBER 17-20, 2003, SOMERSET, NEW JERSEY. 2003. EAS ABSTRACTS OF TECHNICAL PAPERS. PAPER #42. P. 7.

Interpretive Summary: This is an abstract only. An interpretive summary is not required.

Technical Abstract: Two-dimensional vibrational spectroscopy was employed to reveal spectral effects associated with changes in protein and carbohydrate composition in rice flower. Near-infrared and Raman spectroscopies were utilized in conjunction with this method to overcome hidden effects due to overlapping bands that are unobservable with the use of one-dimensional spectra. The results indicated considerable correlation with water in the NIR spectra whereas this did not occur with Raman spectra.

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