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Rapid quality evaluation of Camellia oleifera seed kernel using a developed portable NIR with optimal wavelength selection
Moisture content is one of the factors measured to evaluate the quality of Camellia oleifera seeds. High quality C. oleifera seeds used for trading must have a low moisture content, specifically not more than 15% on a dry basis (db). Moisture content analysis requires a prolonged laboratory investigation so that the development of fast and effective determination methods is helpful. The objective of this paper was to develop a low-cost portable NIR reflectance spectrometer collaborating with andoi:10.1109/access.2022.3143818 fatcat:sv5to3l6ubgwtbbxifrgswjzhm