Ricardo Páscoa

Pos-doc Researcher
REQUIMTE/University of Porto
  • PhD degree of Biotechnology in Chemistry area from Biotechnology Superior School of Portuguese Catholic University
  • Master degree in Analytical Chemistry from Pharmacy Faculty of Porto University
  • Microbiology degree from Biotechnology Superior School of Portuguese Catholic University

 

Contact info

e-mail: rnpascoa@ff.up.pt
phone: +351  220428662

ResearcherID: D-4791-2013

Research interests

In-situ field spectroscopic monitoring of vineyards, near-infrared spectroscopy control of agro-food products

Research keywords

Grapes, Wine, Vineyards, Vibrational Spectroscopy, Chemometrics

Publications

Ricardo N. M. J. Páscoa, Susana S. M. P. Vidigal, Ildikó V. Tóth, António O. S. S. Rangel, Sequential Injection System for the Enzymatic Determination of Ethanol in Wine, J. Agric. Food Chem., 54, 19-23 (2006).

A.M.A. Dias, I. Moita, R. Páscoa, M.M. Alves, J.A. Lopes, E.C. Ferreira, Activated sludge process monitoring in situ near-infrared spectral analysis, Water Science and Technology, 57-10, 1643-1650, (2008).

Ricardo N.M. Páscoa, João A. Lopes, José L.F.C. Lima; In situ near infrared monitoring of activated dairy sludge wastewater treatment processes, Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy, 16, 409-419, (2008).

Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Ildikó V. Tóth, António O.S.S. Rangel; Sequential injection trace determination of iron in natural waters using a long-pathlength liquid core waveguide and different spectrophotometric chemistries, Limnology and Oceanography-Methods 7, 795-802, (2009).

Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Ildikó V. Tóth, António O.S.S. Rangel, A multi-syringe flow injection system for the spectrophotometric determination of trace levels of iron in waters using a liquid waveguide capillary cell and different chelating resins and reaction chemistries, Microchemical Journal 93, 153-158, (2009).

Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Ildikó V. Tóth, António O.S.S. Rangel, Spectrophotometric determination of zinc and copper in a multi-syringe flow injection analysis system using a liquid waveguide capillary cell: Application to natural waters, Talanta 84, 1267-1272, (2011).

Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Ildikó V. Tóth, Agostinho A. Almeida, António O.S.S. Rangel, Spectrophotometric sensor system based on a liquid waveguide capillary cell for the determination of titanium: Application to natural waters, sunscreens and a lake sediment, Sensors and Actuators B 157, 51-56, (2011).

Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Ildikó V. Tóth, António O.S.S. Rangel, Review on recent applications of the liquid waveguide capillary cell in flow based analysis techniques to enhance the sensitivity of spectroscopic detection methods, Analytica Chimica Acta, 739, 1–13, (2012).

Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Luís M. Magalhães, João A. Lopes, FT-NIR spectroscopy as a tool for valorization of spent coffee grounds: Application to assessment of antioxidant properties, Food Research International 51(2),579-586 (2013)

Ildikó V. Tóth,Inês C. Santos, Cláudia F.M. Azevedo, Jorge F.S. Fernandes, Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, Raquel B.R. Mesquita and António O.S.S. Rangel, Flow-injection spectrophotometric determination of bromate in bottled drinking water samples using chlorpromazine reagent and a liquid waveguide capillary cell, Analytical Sciences 29(5)563-570 (2013).

Cláudia A. Teixeira dos Santos, Miguel Lopo, Ricardo N.M.J. Páscoa, João A. Lopes, A review on the applications of portable near-infrared spectrometers in the agro-food industry, Applied Spectroscopy, 67(11):1215-1233 (2013).

Ricardo N. M. J. Páscoa, Sandia Machado, Luís M. Magalhães, João A. Lopes, Value adding to red grape pomace exploiting eco-friendly FT-NIR spectroscopy technique, Food Bioprocess Technol 8:865 – 874 (2015)

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