Combination effect of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose and soybean soluble polysaccharides on stability of acidified skimmed milk drinksReport as inadecuate




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Abstract : Sodium carboxymethyl cellulose CMC and soybean soluble polysaccharide SSPS are negatively charged polysaccharides that are used to prevent casein aggregation in acidified skimmed milk drinks ASMDs. The objective of this study was to examine the effect of CMC and SSPS combination on the stability of acidified skimmed milk drinks in comparison to their individual effects. Stability was evaluated based on the changes in sedimentation ratio, viscosity, zeta potential, and particle size distribution of casein micelles. Increased CMC or SSPS concentration resulted in decreased sedimentation ratio and size diameter, while viscosity and zeta potential increased. The use of CMC-SSPS blend at the ratio of 1:3 showed better stability of ASMDs compared to when the two stabilizers were used individually. Sedimentation ratio and size diameter obtained from the ratio of 1:3 CMC-SSPS had no clear significant difference P 



Author: Arsene Ntazinda Maureen Cheserek Lin-Xia Sheng Jun Meng Rong-Rong Lu

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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