Thursday, June 10, 2010

Vodka Brand Differences May Reflect Water-Alcohol Arrangement

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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.  

http://www.scientificamerican.com/podcast/episode.cfm?id=vodka-brand-differences-may-reflect-10-06-10

 
 
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., http://bit.ly/bktqSV

 
 



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