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Enological chemistry [recurso electrónico] / written and edited by Juan Moreno and Rafael Peinado ; translated by Anne Murray and Iain Patten.

Por: Moreno, Juan.
Colaborador(es): Peinado, Rafael.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroEditor: London ; Waltham, MA : Academic Press, 2012Edición: 1st ed.Descripción: 1 online resource (xi, 429 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780123884381 (electronic bk.); 0123884381 (electronic bk.); 9780123884398 (electronic bk.); 012388439X (electronic bk.).Tema(s): Wine and wine making -- Chemistry | Grape products | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Food Science | Grape products | Wine and wine making -- ChemistryGénero/Forma: Electronic books.Formatos físicos adicionales: Print version:: Enological chemistry.Clasificación CDD: 663/.2 Recursos en línea: Libro electrónico ScienceDirect
Contenidos:
Chapter 1. The Vine -- Chapter 2. Composition of Grape Must -- Chapter 3. Must Aromas -- Chapter 4. Composition of Wine -- Chapter 5. Polyphenols -- Chapter 6. Sugars: Structure and Classification -- Chapter 7. Sugars in Must -- Chapter 8. Carboxylic Acids: Structure and Properties -- Chapter 9. Grape Acids -- Chapter 10. The Relationship between Must Composition and Quality -- Chapter 11. The Transformation of Must Into Wine -- Chapter 12. Nitrogen Compounds -- Chapter 13. Acid-Base Equilibria in Wine -- Chapter 14. Buffering Capacity of Wines -- Chapter 15. Precipitation Equilibria in Wine -- Chapter 16. Changes in Acidity After Fermentation -- Chapter 17. Redox phenomena in Must and Wine -- Chapter 18. The Colloidal State -- Chapter 19. Wine Colloids -- Chapter 20. Inorganic Material and Metal Casse -- Chapter 21. Chemical Aging -- Chapter 22. Aging -- Chapter 23. Biological Aging.
Resumen: Enological Chemistry is written for the professional enologist tasked with finding the right balance of compounds to create or improve wine products. Related titles lack the appropriate focus for this audience, according to reviewers, failing either to be as comprehensive on the topic of chemistry, to include chemistry as part of the broader science of wine, or targeting a less scientific audience and including social and historical information not directly pertinent to the understanding of the role of chemistry in successful wine production. The topics in the book have been sequenced identically with the steps of the winemaking process. Thus, the book describes the most salient compounds involved in each vinification process, their properties and their balance; also, theoretical knowledge is matched with its practical application. The primary aim is to enable the reader to identify the specific compounds behind enological properties and processes, their chemical balance and their influence on the analytical and sensory quality of wine, as well as the physical, chemical and microbiological factors that affect their evolution during the winemaking process.
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Includes index.

Enological Chemistry is written for the professional enologist tasked with finding the right balance of compounds to create or improve wine products. Related titles lack the appropriate focus for this audience, according to reviewers, failing either to be as comprehensive on the topic of chemistry, to include chemistry as part of the broader science of wine, or targeting a less scientific audience and including social and historical information not directly pertinent to the understanding of the role of chemistry in successful wine production. The topics in the book have been sequenced identically with the steps of the winemaking process. Thus, the book describes the most salient compounds involved in each vinification process, their properties and their balance; also, theoretical knowledge is matched with its practical application. The primary aim is to enable the reader to identify the specific compounds behind enological properties and processes, their chemical balance and their influence on the analytical and sensory quality of wine, as well as the physical, chemical and microbiological factors that affect their evolution during the winemaking process.

Chapter 1. The Vine -- Chapter 2. Composition of Grape Must -- Chapter 3. Must Aromas -- Chapter 4. Composition of Wine -- Chapter 5. Polyphenols -- Chapter 6. Sugars: Structure and Classification -- Chapter 7. Sugars in Must -- Chapter 8. Carboxylic Acids: Structure and Properties -- Chapter 9. Grape Acids -- Chapter 10. The Relationship between Must Composition and Quality -- Chapter 11. The Transformation of Must Into Wine -- Chapter 12. Nitrogen Compounds -- Chapter 13. Acid-Base Equilibria in Wine -- Chapter 14. Buffering Capacity of Wines -- Chapter 15. Precipitation Equilibria in Wine -- Chapter 16. Changes in Acidity After Fermentation -- Chapter 17. Redox phenomena in Must and Wine -- Chapter 18. The Colloidal State -- Chapter 19. Wine Colloids -- Chapter 20. Inorganic Material and Metal Casse -- Chapter 21. Chemical Aging -- Chapter 22. Aging -- Chapter 23. Biological Aging.

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