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20-May-2009 | D. WU, M. R. BIRD, Journal of Food Process Engineering, 2009

Haze and tea cream generation is a serious problem in the production of ready-to-drink (RTD) black tea liquors. Such precipitates consist primarily of proteins and polyphenols. Tea protein and tea polyphenol have been separated successfully in this study. The interactions of (1) tea protein and ...


Preparation of PZT Microtubes by Slip Casting on Vermicelli, Followed by In Situ Polymerization

17-Mar-2009 | Kuttan Prabhakaran, Sooraj Raghunath, Anand Melkeri, Moses Ebenezer Jayasingh, Chadalapaka Durgaprasad, Nitin Madusu ..., International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology, 2009

Slip casting of lead zirconate titanate (PZT) slurries of higher solids loading (48.8[ndash]51.6 vol%) prepared in a urea[ndash]formaldehyde (UF) monomer solution on vermicelli of [sim]1000 [mu]m diameter has been studied to prepare PZT microtubes with a higher wall thickness (200[ndash]960 ...


Energies, Vol. 2, Pages 134-149: Energy Utilization and Environmental Aspects of Rice Processing Industries in Bangladesh

12-Mar-2009 | Ahiduzzaman, Mohammed ; Sadrul Islam, Abul K., Energies, 2009

In this study, the energy utilization and environmental aspects of the rice processing industries in Bangladesh was analyzed. Rice husk, a milling by-product of rice, is used as a source of thermal energy to produce steam for parboiling of raw rice. The rice is mostly dried on a concrete floor ...


Identification of the Key Astringent Compounds in Spinach (Spinacia oleracea) by Means of the Taste Dilution Analysis

28-Aug-2008 | Annika Brock, Thomas Hofmann, Chemosensory Perception, 2008

Application of sequential solvent extraction and reverse phase high-performance liquid chromatography separation in combination with the taste dilution analysis, followed by liquid chromatography–mass spectroscopy and 1D/2D nuclear magnetic resonance experiments revealed 11 ...


Microencapsulation Based on Emulsification for Producing Pharmaceutical Products: A Literature Review

15-May-2008 | Hua‐Jiang Huang, Wei‐Kang Yuan, Xiao Dong Chen, Asia-Pacific Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2008

Abstract In this paper, microencapsulation based on emulsification coupling with solvent evaporation, ionotropic gelation, coacervation technique, and spray drying are critically reviewed. The introduction of biocompatible polymers, especially polyelectrolytes, as wall‐forming materials are ...


Stability of shear modulus of glass-reinforced plastics based on adhesive prepreg in a humid medium

03-Jul-2007 | O. V. Startsev, A. S. Krotov, N. V. Ponomareva, L. I. Anikhovskaya, D. V. Batizat, L. A. Dement’eva, Polymer Science Series C, 2007

Strength properties and moisture absorption of glass-and carbon-reinforced plastics prepared using solvent-free adhesive prepregs are studied in a humid atmosphere. The main advantage of the studied materials is a more than tenfold-higher sealing of honeycombed constructions. The ultimate ...


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