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3-5). However, at week 8 of storage, there were significant increases in solid contents of the PO/AMF shortenings. For PO/AMF 80:20 shortening, the amount of solids at week 8 in sample sets A, B, and C were less than double the amount at week 4. Larger increases were observed in PO/AMF 60:40 and 40:60 shortenings where the solids contents at week 8 in all three sets of samples were more than double those measured at week 4 of storage. The more the amount of AMF in the formulation, the higher was the amount of solids present at week 8.

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The effective supercooling). In contrast, several quantities are commonly used to measure the supersaturation. , vegetable oil in a solution) at a given temperature. To achieve crystallization, C always must be higher than the concentration at saturation at the same temperature (C,). , electrolyte or nonelectrolyte. The most common units used with TAG are molarities, molalities, and molar fractions. There are practical differences between the concepts of supercooling and supersaturation. , vegetable oil).

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