Abstract

The differential light scattering (DLS) properties of six popular cola drinks are compared (three standard and three saccharine-sweetened). Each produces a unique DLS pattern characteristic of its unique taste. The probable demise of the subjective taste test in favor of a quantiative quality control DLS measurement is proposed.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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