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Detecting Wine Adulteration with Isotope Fingerprints

Team TFS
Team TFS
Isotope Fingerprints are used to detect addition of water or juices to wine with the aim of ensuring consumer trust and fairer market competition. European regulations feature IRMS as a technique to help labs track adulterated wines.
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‎07-23-2019 10:51 AM
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