Structure, dynamics, and optical properties of concentrated milk suspensions: an analogy to hard-sphere liquids.

@article{Alexander2002StructureDA,
  title={Structure, dynamics, and optical properties of concentrated milk suspensions: an analogy to hard-sphere liquids.},
  author={Mike Alexander and Luis Fernando Rojas-Ochoa and Martin E. Leser and Peter Schurtenberger},
  journal={Journal of colloid and interface science},
  year={2002},
  volume={253 1},
  pages={35-46}
}
A systematic study of the effects of volume fraction increment on the optical properties, the structure, and the dynamics of the casein micelles and fat droplets in milk was performed using diffusing wave spectroscopy. Four types of milk were investigated, NIDO full fat milk, fat-free milk, whey and fat-free milk, and finally lactose and fat-free milk… CONTINUE READING