titratable acidity


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titratable acidity

The amount of hydrogen ion excreted in the urine in a dihydrogen form.
See also: acidity
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Titratable acidity was measured by titration acidity method in fruit juices of ripened fruits.
The titratable acidity values (TA;% malic acid) were obtained from a sample of 10mL of fruit juice, extracted from transverse slices removed from the equatorial region of the apples and ground in an electric centrifuge.
The titratable acidity of all the yoghurt treatments showed no significant difference (P[greater than or equal to]0.
According to the presented results, it was observed significant differences for weight, length, diameter, TSS and firmness, while for pH, titratable acidity and vitamin C there was no significant difference.
The soluble solids content, titratable acidity, pH and ratio SS/TA of rind and pulp are presented in Figure 3.
Physico-chemical Analysis of Milk: The raw milk samples were analyzed for various physico-chemical characteristics such as pH, titratable acidity, specific gravity, moisture, ash, fat, protein, solid non-fat (SNF) content, total solids and energy by using (AOAC, 2005) protocols.
The company's testing product suite includes options such as their Titratable Acidity Test Kit, which allows the level of a wine's acidity to be monitored for optimum grape maturity, the development of the desired taste and balance, as well as the optimization of flavor extraction.
However there was reduction in total titratable acidity exchangeable Al3+ and H+ ions.