immunosensor uses and advances in food analysisAuthor(s): Tim Jason
The food sector is using ultrasonic techniques more and more for food analysis and food customization. Low-intensity ultrasound is a non-destructive method for learning about physicochemical characteristics such composition, structure, physical state, and flow rate. Using high-intensity ultrasound, food qualities can be changed chemically or physically. For instance, emulsions can be created, cells can be damaged, chemical reactions can be sped up, enzymes can be inhibited, meat can be made more tender, and crystallization processes can be changed. Ultrasonic techniques are being used more frequently in the food industry for food analysis customization and Atomisation. A non-destructive technique for discovering physicochemical properties like as composition, structure, physical state, and flow rate is low-intensity ultrasound. High-intensity ultrasound can modify the chemical or physical properties of food. For instance, it is possible to produce emulsions, harm cells, speed up chemical reactions, suppress enzymes, soften meat, and alter crystallization processes. The value of the ion-exchange mechanism in base retention and spends a significant amount of time on the HPLC of chemical bases.