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CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL ENGINEERING

DOI

10.51348/KGDP1470

Abstract

The article discusses the analysis of studies on the effect of activated water on the preparation of wheat grains grown in an arid climate for high-quality flour grinding. The aim of the study was to study the effect of the use of activated water on the rheological properties of type IV wheat flour grown in arid climates, in the preparation of wheat flour for grinding. In a study of the strength of the gluten framework and the rheological properties of the dough increased by increasing the water absorption capacity of flour when using activated water at 80 and 100 Hz when preparing local wheat grains with low baking properties in a dry climate for grinding flour

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