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Bubbles in Food 2 : novelty, health and luxury / edited by Grant M. Campbell, Martin G. Scanlon, D. Leo Pyle.

Campbell, Grant. (Added Author). Scanlon, Martin G. (Added Author). Pyle, D. Leo. (Added Author).
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Subject: Food > Aeration > Congresses.
Food industry and trade > Congresses.
Bubbles > Congresses.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 0128104597
  • ISBN: 9780128104590
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource.
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science, 2008.

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Formatted Contents Note: Front Cover; Bubbles in Food 2: Novelty, Health and Luxury; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Dedication; Chapter 1. A History of Aerated Foods; 1. Introduction; 2. Bread; 3. Chocolate; 4. Sugar Confectionery-Foam, Sweet Foam; 5. Dairy-Based Foams; 6. Egg-Based Foams; 7. Other Bakery Products; 8. Breakfast Cereals and Snack Products; 9. Beverages-Beer, Wine and Carbonated Soft Drinks; 10. Aerated Foods, History, Science and Technology; 11. Aerated Foods and Foam Science; 12. Summary; Acknowledgements; Bibliography; Part 1: Novel Processing.
Chapter 2. The History of Aerated Chocolate1. What Is Aerated Chocolate?; 2. Background History to the Development of Aerated Chocolate; 3. Development and Launch, 1935-1938; 4. More Recent Developments; 5. Conclusion; Reference; Chapter 3. Study of the Dynamics and Size Distributions of Air Bubbles During Mixing in a Continuous Food Mixer; 1. Introduction; 2. Materials and Methods; 3. Results and Discussion; 4. Conclusions and Ongoing Work; Acknowledgements; Nomenclature; References.
Chapter 4. Pore Generation in Food Materials by Application of Microwave Energy Under Sub-atmospheric Pressure1. Introduction; 2. Materials and Methods; 3. Results and Discussion; 4. Conclusions; References; Part 2: Bubble Detection and Quantification; Chapter 5. Investigating the Bubble Size Distribution in Dough Using Ultrasound; 1. Introduction; 2. Model; 3. Material and Method; 4. Results and Discussion; 5. Conclusion; Acknowledgement; References; Chapter 6. Quantifying the Morphology of Bread Crusts; 1. Introduction; 2. Experimental Approach; 3. Results and Discussion.
4. Concluding RemarksReferences; Chapter 7. Fractal and Image Analysis of Mexican Sweet Bread Bubble Distribution: Influence of Fermentation and Mixing Time; 1. Introduction; 2. Materials and Methods; 3. Results and Discussion; 4. Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 8. Quantification of the Structural Changes in Foams Stabilized by Proteins via Image Analysis; 1. Introduction; 2. Materials and Methods; 3. Results and Discussion; 4. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 9. Crumb Features Quantification by Cryo-Scanning Electron Microscopy Images; 1. Introduction.
2. Materials and Methods3. Results and Discussion; 4. Conclusions; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 10. An Acoustic Sensor to Measure Bubbles in Food Foams to Monitor Production; 1. Introduction; 2. Acoustic Wave Propagation in Batters; 3. Properties of the Batters to be Tested; 4. Acoustic Measurements; 5. Measurements in Pilot Plant; 6. Discussion and Conclusions; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 11. Structural Image Analysis of Food Foams and Aerated Food Products; 1. Introduction; 2. Why We Are Interested in Foam Structure?; 3. Length- and Time-Scales-Where to Attack the Problem?
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