Solid Fat Content (SFC) Analysis: The International Standard Method for the Determination of Fat Melting Profiles
22 Dec 2014

Solid Fat Content (SFC) determination is of prime importance for food processing and development. Raw materials like fat compositions or blends need to be characterized and controlled according to their melting profiles. Learn how all types of SFC methods are supported by the Bruker minispec, including direct / indirect and parallel / serial methods.

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