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BHU holds a lecture on ‘Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy application to food sciences’

Varanasi: Under the auspices of Vigyan Parishad, Prayagraj, a lecture on ‘Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy application to food sciences’ was organized under Prof DK Rai Memorial Lecture Series at the department of Physics in the Institute of Science, Banaras Hindu University on Thursday.Delivering lecture, Prof JP Singh from Mississippi State University, US said that the LIBS is a useful and emerging analytical technique for characterisation and identification of materials. It does not need multiple machines, but its application can obtain far reaching results in different fields including food sector. It can be used in food analysis. The LIBS is an atomic emission spectroscopic technique which uses a focused pulsed laser beam to generate plasma from the material. He said this technique was also used in Chandrayan to know the surface composition of moon. The US has also equipped its spacecraft to be sent to the mars in 2021.

The programme was attended by Prof SN Thakur, Prof Yashvant Singh, Prof KN Rai, Prof Rajan Kumar Singh, Dr AK Rai, Dr Vinod Rai, Dr Amit Pathak, Dr Amresh Bahadur, and others. The programme was presided over by the former chairman of Public Service Commission Prof KP Pandey. Prof SB Rai conducted the programme while Dr DK Mishra proposed a vote of thanks.

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