Non-invasive determination of the CO contents in tuna fish using polarization resolved resonance Raman scattering and/or Rayleigh spectroscopy

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Abstract

Carbon monoxide (CO) is used for Modified Atmosphere Packaging of fresh fish and meat. CO is added because it binds to the Myoglobin of the muscle tissue with high affinity resulting in a bright, cherry-red colored carboxy-Myoglobin complex. The product will because of the red color appear to be more fresh and attractive for longer periods of time and thus mask the aging of the product. In the present project it is investigated whether the small wavenumber shift in the visible absorption spectrum of carboxy-Myoglobin relative to the visible absorption of Oxy-Myoglobin in combination with polarization resolved resonance Raman spectra of these molecules, can form the basis of the development of a fast and non-invasive method for the screening of the presence of CO in tuna fish and meat.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2016
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2016
EventXXV International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy - Fortaleza, Brazil
Duration: 14. Aug 201619. Aug 2016
Conference number: 25

Conference

ConferenceXXV International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy
Number25
CountryBrazil
CityFortaleza
Period14/08/201619/08/2016

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Myoglobin
Carbon Monoxide
Fish
Raman scattering
Spectroscopy
Polarization
Meats
Modified atmosphere packaging
Muscle
Masks
Absorption spectra
Screening
Aging of materials
Tissue
Color
Molecules

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Hassing, S. (2016). Non-invasive determination of the CO contents in tuna fish using polarization resolved resonance Raman scattering and/or Rayleigh spectroscopy. Poster session presented at XXV International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy, Fortaleza, Brazil.
Hassing, Søren. / Non-invasive determination of the CO contents in tuna fish using polarization resolved resonance Raman scattering and/or Rayleigh spectroscopy. Poster session presented at XXV International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy, Fortaleza, Brazil.2 p.
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2016. Poster session presented at XXV International Conference on Raman Spectroscopy, Fortaleza, Brazil.

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