Technetium in the Hydrosphere and in the Geosphere

@inproceedings{Lieser1987TechnetiumIT,
  title={Technetium in the Hydrosphere and in the Geosphere},
  author={K. Lieser and CH. Bauscher},
  year={1987}
}
This invention relates to a baked foodstuff containing an additive to prevent softening caused by moisture, wherein the additive is a carbohydrate derivative which has been modified by means of heat energy, radiation or an additional chemical compound and which is water-insoluble to the extent of at least about 25% by weight, and is capable of swelling. The invention also relates to a process for the preparation of the baked foodstuff. 
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