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Chapter 17

Interactions during the Acidification of Native and Heated Milks Studied by Diffusing Wave Spectroscopy

The acid gelation of milk has often been thought of as a classic case of the destabilization of a colloidal system to form a particulate gel. Skim milk is a dispersion of particles (casein micelles) that are essentially composed of proteins and protected by a surface ‘hairy’ layer of κ-casein.1 This...

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