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Demineralization of whey by electrodialysis


, : Demineralization of whey by electrodialysis. Mondo del Latte 46(11): 889-892

The principles and methodology involved in the use of electrodialysis to separate whey on membranes to obtain a demineralized product suitable for use in the food industry are described.

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Houldsworth, Dw, 1980: Subject: Whey technology. Demineralization of whey by means of ion exchange and electrodialysis. Journal of the Society of Dairy Technology 33(2): 45-51

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