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The Flavor Chemistry Of Wood Smoke

J. Maga
Published 1987 · Chemistry

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Abstract The objectives of this review are to summarize the types, formation pathways, and sensory properties of important classes of flavor compounds associated with wood smoke; and to discuss the role of wood source, smoke generation conditions, and storage in resulting volatiles.
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