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Polyvinyl alcohol, (PVA) was prepared using polyvinyl acetate emulsion (manufactured by Al-Jihad factory, That-Al-Sawary Company) as a local raw material. The syrup was then vacuum dried. 3. (dextrose equivalent)dextrins and blending the bulked dextrins with liquid ethyl alcohol in ratios such that there is sufficient dextrin present to absorb/adsorb the available ethanol and produce a dry'-to-the-touch flowable powder incorporated with up to about 60 percent ethanol. 9 0 obj /ExtGState

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EXAMPLE IX To 40g of the bulked dextrin of Example III were added 60g of 95 percent alcohol containing 500 of Firmenich liquid wine flavor (P.F.W.570039).

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Alcohols generally have higher boiling points in comparison to other hydrocarbons having equal molecular masses. b. expanding the dextrin by forming a film of the solution of (a) and drum drying said film, v c. subdividing the dried film of dextrin to yield particulates of expanded dextrin having a size corresponding to a 20 mesh screen opening (U.S.S. /Filter /FlateDecode The thin film of dextrin is dried to a moisture content of from about 2 percent to about 6 percent and, when doctored from the rolls forms fine particles of high bulk volume.

EXAMPLE VII EXAMPLE Vlll To 2.8g of freeze-dried coffee was added 8.5g of the expanded ethanol containing powder of Example "I to produce a flowable powdered mixture. 0000001507 00000 n 0000029128 00000 n of water and a small quantity of crushed ice and shaken vigorously. 0000002134 00000 n

SUMMARY OF THEINV'ENTION 7 Accordingly, it is an object of the present invention 4 to provide a flowable, high alcohol-containing powder which canbe produced in the presence of substantial quantities of moisture and which, when packaged in a sealed container, is stable. 0000005281 00000 n endobj endobj

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