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High-capacity Sorptive Extraction for Aroma and Flavour Profiling of Honey

HiSorb high-capacity sorptive extraction probes provide a highly sensitive, robust and fully automatable means of extracting organoleptic compounds from foodstuffs such as honey. The different properties of these compounds mean that sorptive phase combinations must be selected carefully to maximise uptake and achieve the most comprehensive profile.

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