By P. BELTON, B. HILLS, G. WEBB
The hugely flexible nature of magnetic resonance suggestions in facing difficulties coming up in lots of components in nutrients technology is ably proven in Advances in Magnetic Resonance in foodstuff technological know-how. subject matters coated contain improvement of the procedure, practical components of foodstuff, sign therapy and research, besides purposes of magnetic resonance to foodstuff processing and engineering. proposing the cutting-edge within the topic, the foreign flavour of the contributions will make this crucial analyzing for either lecturers and industrialists in nutrients technological know-how.
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D. Derbyshire, J. , 1978, 67, 355. 10. A. L. Hanlon, PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge, 1998. 1. 2. Internal Structure Characterization of Soft Cheeses by MRI F. Mariette,' G. Collewet,' P. Marchal' and J. M. Franconi2 ' CEMAGREF, TECHNOLOGY DIVISION, 17 AVENUE DE CUCILLE, CS 64427,35044 RENNES, FRANCE * SIEMENS SA, 3 9 4 7 BOULEVARD ORNANO, 93527 SAINT DENIS, FRANCE 1 INTRODUCTION Structure is a relevant characteristic of food products. It is often related to texture and flavour but also stability during storage.
Orekhov, D. E. Nolde, A. P. Golovanov, D. M. Korzhnev and A. S. Arseniev, Appl. Magn. , 1995,9,581. 1 2 Water, Ions and Small Molecules in Food A Multistate Theory of Water Relations in Biopolymer Systems B. P. Hills, C. E. Manning and J. Godward INSTITUTE OF FOOD RESEARCH, NORWICH RESEARCH PARK, COLNEY, NORWICH NR4 7UA, UK 1. INTRODUCTION N M R and MRI techniques now exist for monitoring water mobility over distance scales ranging fiom the molecular to the macroscopic. However, there is still much that needs to be learnt before dynamic information on the molecular distance scale can be used to predict the transport behaviour of water on the microscopic and macroscopic distance scales in complex, heterogeneous food systems.
It should, however, be remembered that factors such as proton exchange, that can also contribute to water relaxation and that these may show changes at water contents independently of water activity. For this reason, linear activity-relaxation relationships should only be expected over limited ranges of water content, temperature and pH. Moreover, there is no implied fimdamentaJ physical relationship between water activity, which is an equilibrium thermodynamic quantity, and NMR relaxation, which is in essence a non-equilibrium, kinetic phenomena.
Advances in Magnetic Resonance in Food Science (Special Publications) by P. BELTON, B. HILLS, G. WEBB