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- Wageningen University
ISBN-13 9990002019708
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Study Cards on phases, biopolymer, bi-continuous

What happens in a very high biopolymer concentration (> 30%)?
Hardly any mixing occured
In which ways can a protein blend react to the applied forces?
  • Isostress
  • Isostrain
  • Bi-continuous
When is an isostress regime suitable?
To describe a blend with a dispersed phase with a high viscosity
When is an isostrain regime suitable?
To describe the behaviour of a dispersion in which the moduli of both phases are similar or the dispersed phase is weaker
When is a bi-continuous regime suitable?
When both phases form a continuous phase and therefore contribute more equals to the final product properties
What does a biopolymer blend consist of?
2 phases, each with one main component and traces of the other
How can the water content in biopolymer blends be quantified?
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
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