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Decontamination of minimally processed vegetables by chlorine dioxide in aqueous and gas phase

V Gomez-Lopez, Frank Devlieghere UGent, L Chen and Johan Debevere (2005) Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : abstracts. p.11-12
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Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : abstracts
pages
11 - 12
conference name
Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing
conference location
Brugge, Belgium
conference start
2005-11-07
conference end
2005-11-08
language
English
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yes
classification
C1
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331962
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-331962
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2006-04-19 14:30:00
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2016-12-19 15:35:55
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  author       = {Gomez-Lopez, V and Devlieghere, Frank and Chen, L and Debevere, Johan},
  booktitle    = {Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Brugge, Belgium},
  pages        = {11--12},
  title        = {Decontamination of minimally processed vegetables by chlorine dioxide in aqueous and gas phase},
  year         = {2005},
}

Chicago
Gomez-Lopez, V, Frank Devlieghere, L Chen, and Johan Debevere. 2005. “Decontamination of Minimally Processed Vegetables by Chlorine Dioxide in Aqueous and Gas Phase.” In Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : Abstracts, 11–12.
APA
Gomez-Lopez, V, Devlieghere, F., Chen, L., & Debevere, J. (2005). Decontamination of minimally processed vegetables by chlorine dioxide in aqueous and gas phase. Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : abstracts (pp. 11–12). Presented at the Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing.
Vancouver
1.
Gomez-Lopez V, Devlieghere F, Chen L, Debevere J. Decontamination of minimally processed vegetables by chlorine dioxide in aqueous and gas phase. Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : abstracts. 2005. p. 11–2.
MLA
Gomez-Lopez, V, Frank Devlieghere, L Chen, et al. “Decontamination of Minimally Processed Vegetables by Chlorine Dioxide in Aqueous and Gas Phase.” Fruit, Vegetables and Potato Processing : Abstracts. 2005. 11–12. Print.