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DateDate: 17-06-2018, 08:33
Specialists from Australia have developed a technology to improve the taste and smell of unripe or not quite high-quality wine. To this end, scientists representing the University of Adelaide created special nanoparticles, consisting of two components.
Specialists drew attention to the fact that in some cases excess of aromatic substances as a whole adversely affects the taste of wine, and tried to find a way to remove "excess" molecules from the drink, without exerting any other influence on it. As a result, specialists were able to create particles consisting of a polymer shell and molecules "clinging" to aromatic substances.
In the course of the experiment, experts deliberately created a wine that volunteers considered substandard or unripe to taste. After that, scientists added to the wine the nanoparticles they developed, after which the drink became almost indistinguishable from the "ordinary" wine of the same variety, although, as the scientists admit, it acquired an almost imperceptible metallic taste.
According to scientists, after the technology is further developed, it will allow wine producers to "save" part of their products, which now have to be destroyed.
The study was published in the scientific journal Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Although the harm from alcohol abuse is in many respects obvious, the experts do not have a common opinion as to whether it is worth using it in moderate amounts. Some studies suggest that alcohol increases the risk of developing dementia, diabetes and hypertension, and increases the risk of early death. Nevertheless, other researchers are inclined to believe that wine can be of use - recently there have even been found evidence in favor of the fact that it can be useful for teeth. However, some time ago a group of specialists led by Tim Stokwell of the University of Victoria came forward with the statement that many studies conducted by alcohol "defenders" contain rather gross errors.
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Read more at 24news:
http://24news.com.ua/54139-najden-sposob-sdelat-vino-vkusnee-posredstvom-nanotexnologij/