Handbook of Food Isotherms: Water Sorption Parameters for by Hector A. Iglesias

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51. Beet root (desorption, 45°C): Freeze-dried and vacuum-dried at 30°C before adsorption; desorption following humidification at 90% relative humidity. Method: Jar with air agitation (sulfuric acid solutions). ) Fig. 52. Beet root (adsorption): Freeze-dried and vacuum-dried at 30°C before adsorption. Method: Jar with air agitation (sulfuric acid solutions). 9 1 1 w Fig. 53. Beet root juice (adsorption, 20°C): Spray dried. Method: Static-desiccator (saturated salt/sulfuric acid solutions). ) Fig.

62. 7% (dry basis); (a) 0, (b) 10, (c) 25, (d) 37°C. Method: Staticjar (sulfuric acid solutions). 9 1 0^ 0 Fig. 63. Cabbage, dried, (adsorption, 20°C): Dried cabbage sample was ground for isotherm determination. Method: Static-desiccator (saturated salt/sulfuric acid solutions). 1 1 i I I . I . 9 I 1 Fig. 64. 1°C): Plain cake made from fat, sugar, egg, and flour; moisture content basis (wet or dry) not specified. Method: Landrock and Proctor (1951). 9 I 1 0LW Fig. 65. Cardamom (adsorption): Vacuum-dried at 30°C before adsorption; (a) 5, (b) 25, (c) 45, (d) 60°C.

Method: Static-jar (sulfuric acid solutions). ) Fig. 70. 4% (dry basis); (a) 37, (b) 25, (c) 10, (d) 60°C. Method: Static-jar (sulfuric acid solutions). 7 08 09 1 a Fig. 71. Carrots, dried (adsorption, 20°C): The air-dried product was ground for isotherm determination. Method: Static-desiccator (saturated salt/sulfuric acid solutions). ) w Fig. 72. Carrots (adsorption, 22°C): Industrially dried, variety Nantejska; (a) cabinet, (b) conveyor dryer. Method: Static-desiccator (saturated salt/sulfuric acid solutions).

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