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Understanding the Formation of CO2 and Its Degassing Behaviours in Coffee

@inproceedings{Wang2014UnderstandingTF,
  title={Understanding the Formation of CO2 and Its Degassing Behaviours in Coffee},
  author={Xiuju Wang},
  year={2014}
}
UNDERSTANDING THE FORMATION OF CO2 AND ITS DEGASSING BEHAVIOURS IN COFFEE Xiuju Wang Advisor: University of Guelph, 2014 Professor Loong-Tak Lim In the present study, the effect of roasting temperature-time conditions on residual CO2 content and its degassing behaviours in roasted coffee was investigated. The results show that the residual CO2 content in the roasted coffee beans was only dependent on the degree of roast and independent on the roasting temperature applied. However, CO2 degassing… Expand
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