Lecture 17: Aging. Reading Assignment: Text, Chapter 10, pages 382-415. AGING: As a means of achieving stability. Aging: To Achieve Stability. To allow reactions that are going to happen to occur before bottling Polymerization of tannin Polymerization of pigment
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Text, Chapter 10, pages 382-415
As a means of achieving stability
To correct a problem
Different reactions will occur at different rates.
A steady state value may or may not be reached.
Faster at Higher Temperature
Slower at Higher Temperature
H2O2 + H3C-CH2
H3C-CH + 2H2O
Reaction of oxygen with anthocyanins leads to polymerization and stabilization of red color.
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