Thursday, June 10, 2010

Vodka Brand Differences May Reflect Water-Alcohol Arrangement

Spectroscopic analysis of vodkas finds that brands differ in the clustering of ethanol molecules in cages of water molecules, which could account in part for customer preferences.

Different vodkas can have different molecular "structures," which could drive drinkers to favor one brand over another. 
 Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry,
[Naiping Hu et al.,


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