UTILIZAÇÃO DO NARIZ ELETRÔNICO (e-nose) COMO FERRAMENTA DE ANÁLISE RÁPIDA DE ALIMENTOS

  • Gustavo Nunes de Moraes
  • Juliano Gonçalves Pereira Universidade Estadual Paulista "Júlio de Mesquita Filho" - UNESP
Palavras-chave: análise de alimentos, método alternativo, nariz eletrônico, sensores

Resumo

O Nariz Eletrônico é um equipamento de análise de odores empregado em diversas áreas, como em análise de alimentos e controle ambiental. Sua função consiste em mimetizar o nariz humano por meio de sensores que reagem com componentes voláteis e gases liberados de uma amostra, resultando na modificação de um circuito elétrico que é interpretada por um software. O seu uso na análise de alimentos é promissor devido a sua facilidade de manuseio, baixo custo e rapidez, indicando benefícios para a rotina industrial e laboratorial. Sua aplicabilidade abrange a detecção de fraudes, deterioração, contaminações e sabores/odores, viabilizando a avaliação da qualidade de diversos produtos, além de discriminar patógenos e deteriorantes de alimentos. Apesar de promissora, esta tecnologia é considerada nova, necessitando de estudos mais aprofundados para que seja amplamente utilizado na rotina de análise de alimentos. Portanto, o objetivo deste estudo é fornecer uma revisão de literatura relacionada à aplicabilidade do e-nose na análise de alimentos.

Biografia do Autor

Gustavo Nunes de Moraes

Aluno de Gradução da Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, UNESP-Campus de Botucatu

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06-12-2020
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Nunes de Moraes G, Pereira JG. UTILIZAÇÃO DO NARIZ ELETRÔNICO (e-nose) COMO FERRAMENTA DE ANÁLISE RÁPIDA DE ALIMENTOS. RVZ [Internet]. 6º de dezembro de 2020 [citado 13º de maio de 2021];27:1-10. Disponível em: https://rvz.emnuvens.com.br/rvz/article/view/524
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