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Oral perception of fluid viscosity


Progress in Food and Nutrition Science 6: 285-296
Oral perception of fluid viscosity
Differences in flow properties of different random coil polysaccharide solutions may be described in terms of 2 simple parameters, i.e., the constant max. viscosity attained at low rates of shear, and the shear rate at which viscosity is 10% of this value.

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