As a source of detailed information on the chemistry of food this book is without equal. This book investigates food components which are present in large. Food: The Chemistry of its Components is a major source of information on the chemical composition of foodstuffs and, up to my knowledge, the most frequently . Book Review: Food: The Chemistry of Its. Components. FOOD: The Chemistry of Its Components. 6th Edition, by Tom Coultate. Cambridge, U.K.: The.
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RSC Paperbacks. FOOD. The Chemistry of Its Components. Fourth Edition. T. P. COULTATE formerly of. South Bank University, London, UK. RSaC. _____. PDF | 10 minutes read | On Sep 15, , Sushilkumar A. Jadhav and others published Book Review: Food: The Chemistry of Its Components: 6th Edition. Department of Food Science, Penn State University, University Park, PA J . Chem. Food: The Chemistry of Its Components, 4th Edition (Coultrate, T. P.).
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The general importance of the book can be guessed by two examples of information mentioned in chapter 2, sugars, where the percentage of lactose in different milk sources human, cow, goat, sheep, reindeer, etc. Although the collective information provided about food components in the book is basic and it can be found in various sources, the information in the book is illustrated in an effective way with many structures, tables and figures which makes it easy to understand.
The readability stats and reading ease level showed that the book can be easily understood by starting level science students which is another great feature of the book.
As most of the science graduation and master courses contain a section dedicated to food and its components, this book is an excellent reference text-book for those courses. The book is an important and updated source of collective information about the chemistry of food and therefore it is highly recommended.
Author contributions The author confirms being the sole contributor of this work and approved it for publication. Conflict of interest statement The author declares that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. References Cheung P. Handbook of Food Chemistry.
Tom is frequently invited to address local audiences and branch meetings of learned societies such as the RSC and SCI on food topics, and been an occasional television and radio interviewee. Previous editions of this book have been translated into Chinese, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish have been used by universities, food scientists and chemists worldwide.
Although Tom retired from full-time teaching in he still maintains his links with professional colleagues including new friends at the nearby Open University campus at Milton Keynes. He continues to contribute articles for technical and trade magazines on food topics. Jump to main content. Jump to site search. Journals Books Databases. Current Journals.
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