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Hydrocolloid rheology

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... of various strength dependent on their structure and concentration plus environmental factors such as ionic strength, pH and temperature. The combined viscosity and gel behavior (viscoelasticity) can be examined by determining the effect ...


Effect of temperature and pressure on enzyme activity

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... of temperature and pressure on enzyme activity Your browser does not support JavaScr-ipt! Enzyme Technology Effect of temperature and pressure Rates of all reactions, including those catalysed by enzymes, rise with increase in temperature ...


Water structure and science: Contents

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... of water and heavy water Short properties list for liquid H 2 O Changes in some properties with temperature Changes in some further properties with temperature Important constants and conversion factors Periodic Table Unexpected properties ...


Water structure and science: Contents

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... water and its isotopologues Short properties list for liquid H 2 O Changes in some prop-erties with temperature Changes in some further properties with temperature Important cons-tants and conversion factors Periodic Table Unexpected ...


Water structure science: References 1001 - 1100

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... insights from spin probe ESR, Phys Rev Lett. 95 (2005) 235702. [ B ack , 2 ] G .S. Kell, Effect of isotopic composition, temperature, pressure, and dissolved gases on the density of liquid water, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 6 (1977), pp. ...


Water structure science: References 1301 - 1400

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... (2007) 124506. [ B ack , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 ] A. V. Bandura and S. N. Lvova, The ionization constant of water over wide ranges of temperature and density, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 35 (2006) 15-30. [ B ack ] N. Ise, When, why, and how does like ...


Water and microwaves

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... [ 1230 ] (note the much lower frequencies).   Note that the shifts in the dielectric prop-erties with temperature gives rise to maxima in the temperature behavior at constant frequency .   Plotted opposite are equations derived for pure ...


Water structure science: References 201 - 300

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... data on vicinal water and a model for their interpretation, Croatica Chemica Acta , 56 (1983) 563-592. W. Drost-Hansen, Temperature effects on cell-functioning - A critical role for vicinal water, Cell. Mol. Biol. 47 (2001) 865-883. W. ...


Hydrocolloids and gums

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... inter- and intra-molecular voids. Interactions between hydrocolloids and water depend on hydrogen bonding and therefore on temperature and pressure in the same way as water cl-uster formation.   Similarly, there is a reversible balance ...


Water structure science: References 701 - 800

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... [ B ack , 2 ] Y. Toshimura, H. Mao and R. J. Hemley, Transformation of ice in aqueous KCl solution to a high-pressure, low temperature phase, Chem. Phys. Lett. 400 (2004) 511-514. [ B ack ] H. Kanno and C. A. Angell, Water: Anomalous ...


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