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Contribution to the study of electric conductivity of vegetable flesh under deformation

, : Contribution to the study of electric conductivity of vegetable flesh under deformation. Proceedings, Third International Conference on Physical Properties of Agricultural Materials, Prague: 65-70

The electrical conductivity of potatoes, radish, kohlrabi, beet and carrots was studied before and during deformation by pressure on cylindrical specimens. The relations between the conductivity of cellular juice and the flesh are determined.

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