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Dynamic-tracking desorption of CO2 in Champagne wine using infrared thermography

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Pron, H., Caron, D., Beaumont, F. et al. Dynamic-tracking desorption of CO2 in Champagne wine using infrared thermography. J Vis 13, 181–182 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12650-010-0040-3

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Keywords

  • Infrared Thermography
  • Strong Emission Peak
  • Detector Bandwidth
  • Tasting Condition
  • Effervescence Process