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This article is from the free online course:

Identifying Food Fraud

UEA (University of East Anglia)

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Find out what this course is like by previewing some of the course steps before you join:

  • Becoming a food fraud detective
    Becoming a food fraud detective
    video

    Watch this introduction to the course by Dr Kate Kemsley which gives an overview of food fraud from ancient to modern times

  • Near-infrared spectroscopy
    Near-infrared spectroscopy
    video

    Watch this video in which Dr Kate Kemsley introduces the analytical technique of near-infrared spectroscopy

  • Mid-infrared spectroscopy
    Mid-infrared spectroscopy
    video

    Watch this video showing how FTIR can be used to glean detailed information on chemical components present in ground roast coffee using coffee beans

  • Introducing NMR spectroscopy
    Introducing NMR spectroscopy
    video

    In this video Dr Kate Kemsley introduces the concepts behind Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy

  • Benchtop NMR spectroscopy
    Benchtop NMR spectroscopy
    video

    Will Jakes an MChem graduate of the University of East Anglia describes the principles and virtues of the benchtop NMR spectrometer

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