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Effect of some surface-active agents on the rheological properties of casein solutions


, : Effect of some surface-active agents on the rheological properties of casein solutions. Pishchevaya Promyshlennost' (3): 37-38

The effect of some surface active agents (monoalkylacetylcitrate, triethanolamine salt of monoalkylacetylcitrate, alkyldiacetyltartrate and its triethanolamine salt, synthetic phosphoglycerides) on viscosity of casein solutions was investigated. The surface active agents were dispersed in 0.125 M NaOH and added to casein solution under agitation to give 0.5% surface active agent.

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