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Foegeding, E., Bowland, E. & Hardin, C. (1995): Factors that determine the fracture properties and microstructure of globular protein gels. Fd Hydrocoll. , 9 , 237

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structure. At low temperature (below 1150 °C) the material transforms to the monoclinic structure, which is a thermodynamically stable phase [ 4 , 5 ]. Different methods have been adopted for the preparation of phase pure Zirconia. The sol–gel route

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Water evaporation from gel beads

A calorimetric approach to hydrogel matrix release properties

Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Barbara Bellich, Massimiliano Borgogna, Michela Cok, and Attilio Cesàro

role of hydrogels in many applications is the duality between the polymer network constituting the gel matrix and the diffusible active molecules in the presence of an excess of solvent, most commonly water [ 1 ]. In order to achieve a hydrogel system

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: M. Tomczyńska-Mleko, W. Gustaw, T. Piersiak, K. Terpiłowski, B. Sołowiej, M. Wesołowska-Trojanowska, and S. Mleko

Barbut , S. & Foegeding , E.A. (1993): Ca 2+ -induced gelation of pre-heated whey protein isolate. J. Fd Sci., 58 , 867–871. Foegeding E

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and adsorptive, shape and size of pores, etc. Aristov et al. [ 8 ] obtained sorption behavior of water vapor on Fuji RD silica gels which have 820 m 2 g −1 BET surface areas and particle size between 0.3 and 1.0 mm using CAHN 2000 thermo

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Andrei Jitianu, Kristin Lammers, Georgia A. Arbuckle-Kiel, and Lisa C. Klein

used, it is found in some cases that the gels exhibit the behavior of so-called melting gels. Melting gels are a class of organically modified silica gels that are rigid at room temperature, flow at temperature T 1 and consolidate at

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[ 25 ], electrochemical [ 26 ], sonochemical [ 27 ], and sol–gel synthesis [ 28 ] are successfully used for the synthesis of different inorganic ceramic materials. Among these different synthesis routes, the solution-based synthetic methods play a

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or sublime on heating, the gel method offers an attractive advantage for their synthetic crystallization [ 6 ]. Several researchers have grown materials of great interest from both solid state sciences as well as technological point of view in single

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Ouchterlony, O.: Antigen-antibody reactions in gels. Acta Pathol. Microbiol. Scand. 26 , 507–515 (1949). Ouchterlony O. Antigen-antibody reactions in gels Acta

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Introduction In recent years, the growth of crystals in gel medium has attracted the attention of many investigators [ 1 – 5 ]. The principle of growth is based on the slow migration of crystal constituents (ions) through

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