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Effects of electrolytes and pH on the physical properties of sodium caseinate in aqueous solution



Effects of electrolytes and pH on the physical properties of sodium caseinate in aqueous solution



Technical Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University 35(1): 43-51



The reduced viscosity of aqueous sodium caseinate solution increased almost linearly as caseinate concn. increased from 1 to 5%; apparent viscosity increased curvilinearly. Apparent viscosity of 3% caseinate solution decreased only slightly as shear rate increased. K+, Na+, Li+, Ca2+ and Mg2+ at low concn. (<0.05 g/l) considerably decreased viscosity of 5% caseinate, with divalent cations having the greatest effect.

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