Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry
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Archaeologists examining late period Mayan containers have identified nicotine traces from a codex-style flask, revealing the first physical evidence of tobacco use by ancient Mayans.
Featured Article from Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry: Eliminating False Positive C4 Sugar Tests on New Zealand Manuka Honey
Carbon isotope testing which determines added C4 sugars is now commonly used to detect contamination of honey.
A new method of analysing squalene and squalane, oils often used in the production of cosmetics and vaccines, can show whether they came originally from the liver oil of deepwater sharks or from olive oil.