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Analysis of Various Honeys from Different Sources Using Electronic Nose
Hong, Eun-Jeung; Park, Sue-Jee; Lee, Hwa-Jung; Lee, Kwang-Geun; Noh, Bong-Soo;
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Various honeys from different sources were analyzed using an electronic nose based on a mass spectrometer. Various honeys were separated with different mixing ratios. Wild honey and artificial honey were blended at ratios of 100:0, 95:5, 90:10, 85:15, 80:20, 75:25, and 70:30, respectively. Data obtained from the electronic nose were used for discriminant function analysis (DFA). The DFA plot indicated a significant separation of honey from different sources. As the concentration of artificial honey increased, the first discriminant function score (DF1) moved from positive to negative (DF1: =0.9962, F=490.6; DF2: =0.9128, F=19.44). Furthermore, when acacia honey was mixed with artificial honey and separated with the mixing ratios, the DF scores were: DF1: =0.9957, F=396.64; DF2: =0.9447, F=29.3. When artificial honey was added to wild honey, it was possible to predict the following equation; DF1= -0.106(concentration of artificial honey)+0.426 (= 0.96). For acacia honey, the DF1= -0.112(concentration of artificial honey)+0.434 (=0.968).
electronic nose;mass spectrometer;artificial honey;wild honey;acacia honey;
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