Direct injection mass spectrometry (DIMS) entails the direct introduction of a gaseous sample into a mass analyser without prior treatment or separation. DIMS techniques offer the opportunity to monitor processes in time, with limits of detection as low as 0.5 parts per trillion in volume (for a 1 s measurement time) while providing results with high informational content. This review provides insight into current and promising future developments of DIMS in the analysis of grape, wine and other alcoholic beverages. Thanks to its unique characteristics, DIMS allows the online monitoring of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by grapes during fermentative bioprocesses or by wine directly from the glass headspace or during drinking. A DIMS-based approach can also be adopted to perform quality control and high-throughput analysis, allowing us to characterise the volatile profile of large sample sets rapidly and in a comprehensive fashion. Furthermore, DIMS presents several characteristic elements of green analytical chemistry approaches, catalysing an interest linked to the development of sustainable paths in research and development activities in the field of viticulture and oenology

Romano, A.; Capozzi, V.; Khomenko, I.; Biasioli, F. (2023). Advances in the application of Direct Injection Mass Spectrometry techniques to the analysis of grape, wine and other alcoholic beverages. MOLECULES, 28 (22): 7642. doi: 10.3390/molecules28227642 handle: https://hdl.handle.net/10449/83216

Advances in the application of Direct Injection Mass Spectrometry techniques to the analysis of grape, wine and other alcoholic beverages

Romano, A.
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Khomenko, I.;Biasioli, F.
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2023-01-01

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Direct injection mass spectrometry (DIMS) entails the direct introduction of a gaseous sample into a mass analyser without prior treatment or separation. DIMS techniques offer the opportunity to monitor processes in time, with limits of detection as low as 0.5 parts per trillion in volume (for a 1 s measurement time) while providing results with high informational content. This review provides insight into current and promising future developments of DIMS in the analysis of grape, wine and other alcoholic beverages. Thanks to its unique characteristics, DIMS allows the online monitoring of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by grapes during fermentative bioprocesses or by wine directly from the glass headspace or during drinking. A DIMS-based approach can also be adopted to perform quality control and high-throughput analysis, allowing us to characterise the volatile profile of large sample sets rapidly and in a comprehensive fashion. Furthermore, DIMS presents several characteristic elements of green analytical chemistry approaches, catalysing an interest linked to the development of sustainable paths in research and development activities in the field of viticulture and oenology
Direct injection mass spectrometry
Wine
Grape
Ethanol
Volatile Organic Compounds
Settore AGR/15 - SCIENZE E TECNOLOGIE ALIMENTARI
2023
Romano, A.; Capozzi, V.; Khomenko, I.; Biasioli, F. (2023). Advances in the application of Direct Injection Mass Spectrometry techniques to the analysis of grape, wine and other alcoholic beverages. MOLECULES, 28 (22): 7642. doi: 10.3390/molecules28227642 handle: https://hdl.handle.net/10449/83216
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