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|Title:||Low-Cost electronic nose evaluated on thai-herb of northern-Thailand samples using multivariate analysis methods|
|Keywords:||Low cost electronic nose;Principal component analysis;Thai-herbs|
|Publisher:||American Institute of Physics|
|Citation:||Daungjak P, Klinbumrung A, Jaroensutasinee K, Pratontep S, Kerdcharoen T. Low-Cost electronic nose evaluated on thai-herb of northern-Thailand samples using multivariate analysis methods. AIP Conference Proceedings 2009 April 15-17; Brescia, Italy. American Institute of Physics; 2009. p. 497-500.|
|Abstract:||In case of species of natural and aromatic plant originated from the northern Thailand, sensory characteristics, especially odours, have unique identifiers of herbs. The instruments sensory analysis have performed by several of differential of sensing, so call 'electronic nose', to be a significantly and rapidly for chemometrics. The signal responses of the low cost electronic nose were evaluated by principal component analysis (PCA). The aims of this paper evaluated various of Thai-herbs grown in Northern of Thailand as data preprocessing tools of the Low-cost electronic nose (enNUPYO1). The essential oil groups of Thai herbs such as Garlic, Lemongrass, Shallot (potato onion), Onion, Zanthoxylum limonella (Dennst.) Alston (Thai name is Makaen), and Kaffir lime leaf were compared volatilized from selected fresh herbs. Principal component analysis of the original sensor responses did clearly distinguish either all samples. In all cases more than 97% for cross-validated group were classified correctly. The results demonstrated that it was possible to develop in a model to construct a low-cost electronic nose to provide measurement of odoriferous herbs.|
|Appears in Collections:||Physics: International Proceedings|
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