Hardbound, 468 Pages
Published: October 2000
...provides a fundamental understanding of novel uses of traditional biopolymers as well as establishing the nature of structure/physiochemical relationships of novel macromolecules in applications where they replace or complement their existing counterparts.
This book is well presented, each chapter having its own extensive set of references. It is highly recommended as an invaluable aid to anyone working in food product development and fundamental research.
(J.F. Kennedy and M. Thorley, Chembiotech Laboratories, U.K.), Carbohydrate Polymers Vol 46/3