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Food, Beverage & Agriculture, Liquid Chromatography

Determination of sugars in honey using HILIC separation and RI detection

Determination of sugars in honey using HILIC separation and RI detection

Summary

Honey is one of the most popular natural foods and the consumption has grown in the last few decades. Hydrophilicinteraction chromatography was used for the separation of mono- and disaccharides to distinguish between honey and honey substitute products. The dedicated AZURA® Sugar Analytical System with autosampler upgrade is perfectly suitable for this application.

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