UV/Vis/NIR Spectrophotomer has the ability to track, to calculate and store data and is required to determine concentrations of a variety compounds contained in foods, feeds and raw materials; in enzymatic and oxidative reactions; and to identify and quantify the various pigments which affect appearance. It can also be used in the reflectance mode to determine reflection at pre-selected wavelengths and use them to calculate commonly used color terms (L*, a*, b*, delta E, chroma).
210 Agricultural Bioprocess Laboratory
Food Science and Human Nutrition
M. Susan Brewer, Keith Cadwallader, Bill Artz, Scott Morris, Hao Feng, Graciela Padua
Users will be asked to make $15/hour for use time with the light source turned on.
Contact Dr. Brewer or Dr. Jarrell. Users will provide cuvettes and any other disposables needed when using the equipment. An electronic sign-up form will be coming soon.First priority will be given to principal investigators, second priority will be given to other FSHN faculty, and last priority will be given to other ACES faculty. Dr. Jarrell will provide educational and training support.
Dr. M. Susan Brewer and Dr. John Jarrell
217- 244-2867 and 217-333-1642