Use of DSC to Distinguish Grades of Mozzarella Cheese
Dried CM (cow's milk) and WBM (water-buffalo milk) mozzarella cheeses were analyzed using DSC (differential scanning calorimetry) to assess the value of the instrument in distinguishing the two cheeses. Comparison with previous results demonstrated that DSC can be used to distinguish the two, but that its ability to detect cheeses made using a mixture of the two milks may be more limited than previously claimed.
J. B. Harris and M. E. Schlesinger, "Use of DSC to Distinguish Grades of Mozzarella Cheese," Missouri Journal of Undergraduate Chemical Research, University of Central Missouri, Jan 2005.
Materials Science and Engineering
National Science Foundation (U.S.)
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01 Jan 2005