Classifying Sesame Oil Seed Varieties And Origins Using Mass Spectrometry
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Fathi Moussa is a researcher is a professor at the University of Paris-Sud. His research areas of expertise include carbon nanotubes, lipid chromatography, clinical chemistry, and clinical anatomy. Fathi Moussa is one of the pioneers in the field of the study of in vivo effects (whole animal) of fullerenes and carbon nanotubes.

                       

Classifying Sesame Oil Seed Varieties And Origins Using Mass Spectrometry

The quality and authenticity of vegetable oils are of importance not only for their nutritional value but also for their miscellaneous biomedical and industrial applications. Hence, the knowledge of their main constituents, triacylglycerols (TAGs), is mandatory for classification and adulteration detection. However, the analysis of TAG composition of vegetable oils is a challenging task because of the number and physicochemical diversity of the constitutive TAGs. Having in common a glycerol skeleton these compounds differ in fatty acids nature, including lengths,...

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