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A Low-Field NMR Study on the Water Condition of Tripe Swelling in Sodium Carbonate-Solution

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Author(s): Ying Han | Yingchun Zhu, | Lizhen Ma | Caihong Liu | Yiqing Yang

Journal: Scientific Journal of Frontier Chemical Development
ISSN 2167-163X

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 42;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: NMR | T2 Relaxation | Water Content | Cutting Force

ABSTRACT
In this paper, a low-field NMR study was performed to obtain the information on the water condition of tripe swelling in sodium carbonate-solution (Na2CO3-solution). The study researched the water state during different soaking times, concluded that the crispy cooked tripe is closely related with transverse relaxation time (T2) rather than water content. In addition, the water mobility was also found to be affected by soaking time. The study demonstrated that NMR T2 relaxometry was a potential tool to explore the water state, mobility and the way the different water components shift.
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