Dielectric Spectroscopy in Biomaterials: Agrophysics
AbstractBeing dependent on temperature and frequency, dielectric properties are related to various types of food. Predicting multiple physical characteristics of agri-food products has been the main objective of non-destructive assessment possibilities executed in many studies on horticultural products and food materials. This review manipulates the basic fundamentals of dielectric properties with their concepts and principles. The different factors affecting the behavior of dielectric properties have been dissected, and applications executed on different products seeking the characterization of a diversity of chemical and physical properties are all pointed out and referenced with their conclusions. Throughout the review, a detailed description of the various adopted measurement techniques and the mostly popular equipment are presented. This compiled review serves in coming out with an updated reference for the dielectric properties of spectroscopy that are applied in the agrophysics field. View Full-Text
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El Khaled, D.; Castellano, N.N.; Gázquez, J.A.; Perea-Moreno, A.-J.; Manzano-Agugliaro, F. Dielectric Spectroscopy in Biomaterials: Agrophysics. Materials 2016, 9, 310.
El Khaled D, Castellano NN, Gázquez JA, Perea-Moreno A-J, Manzano-Agugliaro F. Dielectric Spectroscopy in Biomaterials: Agrophysics. Materials. 2016; 9(5):310.Chicago/Turabian Style
El Khaled, Dalia; Castellano, Nuria N.; Gázquez, Jose A.; Perea-Moreno, Alberto-Jesus; Manzano-Agugliaro, Francisco. 2016. "Dielectric Spectroscopy in Biomaterials: Agrophysics." Materials 9, no. 5: 310.
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