Microwave and convective dehydration of ethanol treated and frozen apple - Physical properties and drying kinetics

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Microwave and convective dehydration of ethanol treated and frozen apple - Physical properties and drying kinetics. / Funebo, Tomas; Ahrné, Lília; Prothon, Frédéric; Kidman, Siw; Langton, Maud; Skjöldebrand, Christina.

I: International Journal of Food Science and Technology, Bind 37, Nr. 6, 2002, s. 603-614.

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Funebo, T, Ahrné, L, Prothon, F, Kidman, S, Langton, M & Skjöldebrand, C 2002, 'Microwave and convective dehydration of ethanol treated and frozen apple - Physical properties and drying kinetics', International Journal of Food Science and Technology, bind 37, nr. 6, s. 603-614. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2621.2002.00592.x

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Funebo, T., Ahrné, L., Prothon, F., Kidman, S., Langton, M., & Skjöldebrand, C. (2002). Microwave and convective dehydration of ethanol treated and frozen apple - Physical properties and drying kinetics. International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 37(6), 603-614. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2621.2002.00592.x

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Funebo T, Ahrné L, Prothon F, Kidman S, Langton M, Skjöldebrand C. Microwave and convective dehydration of ethanol treated and frozen apple - Physical properties and drying kinetics. International Journal of Food Science and Technology. 2002;37(6):603-614. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2621.2002.00592.x

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Funebo, Tomas ; Ahrné, Lília ; Prothon, Frédéric ; Kidman, Siw ; Langton, Maud ; Skjöldebrand, Christina. / Microwave and convective dehydration of ethanol treated and frozen apple - Physical properties and drying kinetics. I: International Journal of Food Science and Technology. 2002 ; Bind 37, Nr. 6. s. 603-614.

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