volume 80, issue 4, P1-8 1997
DOI: 10.1002/(sici)1520-6432(199704)80:4<1::aid-ecjb1>3.0.co;2-r
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Abstract: The technique using the phenomenon called surface plasmon resonance can make it possible to detect the change of refractivity (or dielectric constant) of a solution in a thin local region (the typical thickness of the region is about 1 μm), which is very close to the surface of a thin basal metal plate. Interactions between lipid molecules and flavor substances were investigated by using the surface plasmon resonance. In this study, the effects of various kinds of flavor substances—which can be regarded as rep…

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