Physical Properties of Foods
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Physical Properties of Foods
Serpil Sahin and Servet G¨ l¨ m Sumnu uu
Middle East Technical University Ankara, Turkey
Serpil Sahin Department of Food Engineering Middle East Technical University Ankara, 06531 Turkey email@example.com
Servet G¨ l¨ m Sumnu uu Department ofFood Engineering Middle East Technical University Ankara, 06531 Turkey firstname.lastname@example.org
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