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Relationship between lactodynametric and heat conductivity parameters: milk coagulation time


, : Relationship between lactodynametric and heat conductivity parameters: milk coagulation time. Scienza e Tecnica Lattiero Casearia 37(6): 457-472

Rennet coagulation of milk was studied with a Lactodynagraph and a Formagraph, as well as with a hot-wire probe. The latter consisted of a hot-wire loop within an MgO probe with a thermocouple attached to the outside of the probe; a constant electric current is passed through the wire loop while the probe is dipped into the milk and the temp. of the probe rises during coagulation of the milk as its heat-dissipation properties change.

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