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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Research Project: Development of Line-Scan Chemical Imaging Techniques for Detection of Food Contaminants and Adulterants

Location: Environmental Microbial & Food Safety Laboratory

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

High-throughput Raman chemical imaging for rapid evaluation of food safety and quality - (Peer reviewed journal)
Qin, J., Chao, K., Cho, B., Kim, M.S. 2015. High-throughput Raman chemical imaging for rapid evaluation of food safety and quality. Transactions of the ASABE. 57:1783-1792.

Screening of adulterants in milk powder using a high-throughput Raman chemical imaging method - (Proceedings)
Qin, J., Chao, K., Kim, M.S. 2014. Screening of adulterants in milk powder using a high-throughput Raman chemical imaging method. ASABE Paper No. 141897627. American Society of Agricultural Biologists and Engineers, St. Joseph, MI.

High-throughput Raman chemical imaging for evaluating food safety and quality - (Proceedings)
Qin, J., Chao, K., Kim, M.S. 2014. High-throughput Raman chemical imaging for evaluating food safety and quality. Meeting Abstract. Proceedings SPIE 9108, Sensing for Agriculture and Food Quality and Safety VI, 91080F.

Development of a Raman chemical imaging detection method for authenticating skim milk powder - (Peer reviewed journal)
Qin, J., Chao, K., Kim, M.S., Lee, H., Peng, Y. 2014. Development of a Raman chemical imaging detection method for authenticating skim milk powder. Journal of Food Measurement & Characterization. 8(2):122-131.

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