Scanning Probe Microscopy is a nanotechnology tool that allows imaging at the nanoscale. In food chemistry, molecules such as gelatin, casein, proteins as well as larger structures like polysaccharide gels, and starch are of paramount importance. In this talk a short review of the experimental techniques will be given followed by applications in science and propose some future research.
- Keep up to date information on applications of Scanning Probe Microscopy in Food chemistry
- Suggests new paths for research.
- Allows better understanding on processes related to food science at their natural environment.