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Studies on the coagulation of milk. I. The preventive effect of buffer salts on the heat coagulation of milk in relation to the amounts of buffer salts.



Studies on the coagulation of milk. I. The preventive effect of buffer salts on the heat coagulation of milk in relation to the amounts of buffer salts.



Tech. Bull Kagawa agric. Coll 4(3): 226-30



Of a number of buffer salts compared, sodium citrate proved the most effective in preventing the heat coagulation of milk.

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