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Classical thermogravimetry and its modification with Knudsen cells were employed to quantitatively investigate the osmo-dehydration
of apple pulp samples. The data allowed realization of the complex mechanism of the process, which is not a mere solvent depletion,
since it also implies sugar exchanges between the apple tissue and the hypertonic syrup used to dehydrate the fruit. The comparison
between different hypertonic syrups, all at the same water activity, showed that maltose is more effective than either sucrose
or a mixture of sugars that mimics the saccharide content of the apple. The conclusions are supported by a thermodynamic analysis
of the aqueous solutions of these sugars at a concentration level as large as that of the hypertonic syrups used for the osmo-dehydration
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