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The alpha -gel phase of glycerol lactopalmitate in whipped emulsions


, : The alpha -gel phase of glycerol lactopalmitate in whipped emulsions. Special Publication Royal Society of Chemistry ( 75): 364-367

Glycerol lactopalmitate (GLP) powder, prepared by spray-drying an aqueous emulsion containing 30% GLP, 5% sodium caseinate and 12% glucose, was used in experiments leading to the conclusion that GLP formed a stable alpha -gel phase in the presence of water.


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