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Structure, Organoleptic Properties, Quantification Methods, and Stability of Phenolic Compounds in Beer-A Review

Bibliographic reference Callemien, Delphine ; Collin, Sonia. Structure, Organoleptic Properties, Quantification Methods, and Stability of Phenolic Compounds in Beer-A Review. In: Food Reviews International, Vol. 26, no. 1, p. 1-84 (2010)
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