Food structure development in emulsion systems

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Food structure development in emulsion systems. / Tripodi, Ernesto; Lazidis, Aris; Norton, Ian T.; Spyropoulos, Fotis.

Handbook of Food Structure Development. ed. / Fotis Spyropoulos; Aris Lazidis; Ian T. Norton. 18. ed. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. p. 59-92 (Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis; Vol. 2020-January, No. 18).

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Harvard

Tripodi, E, Lazidis, A, Norton, IT & Spyropoulos, F 2019, Food structure development in emulsion systems. in F Spyropoulos, A Lazidis & IT Norton (eds), Handbook of Food Structure Development. 18 edn, Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis, no. 18, vol. 2020-January, Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 59-92. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016155-00059

APA

Tripodi, E., Lazidis, A., Norton, I. T., & Spyropoulos, F. (2019). Food structure development in emulsion systems. In F. Spyropoulos, A. Lazidis, & I. T. Norton (Eds.), Handbook of Food Structure Development (18 ed., pp. 59-92). (Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis; Vol. 2020-January, No. 18). Royal Society of Chemistry. https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016155-00059

Vancouver

Tripodi E, Lazidis A, Norton IT, Spyropoulos F. Food structure development in emulsion systems. In Spyropoulos F, Lazidis A, Norton IT, editors, Handbook of Food Structure Development. 18 ed. Royal Society of Chemistry. 2019. p. 59-92. (Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis; 18). https://doi.org/10.1039/9781788016155-00059

Author

Tripodi, Ernesto ; Lazidis, Aris ; Norton, Ian T. ; Spyropoulos, Fotis. / Food structure development in emulsion systems. Handbook of Food Structure Development. editor / Fotis Spyropoulos ; Aris Lazidis ; Ian T. Norton. 18. ed. Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. pp. 59-92 (Food Chemistry, Function and Analysis; 18).

Bibtex

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