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What are the size reduction laws?

(a) Rittinger’s Law

(b) Kick’s Law

(c) Bond’s Law

(d) Bond’s Law, Rittinger’s Law, and Kick’s Law

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Enquiry is from Size Reduction Theory topic in portion Size Reduction of Food Processing Unit Operations

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Right option is (d) Bond’s Law, Rittinger’s Law, and Kick’s Law

The best explanation: There are three physical laws that describe the energy required for size reduction. They are the Bond’s Law, Rittinger’s Law, and Kick’s Law. The size reduction is a unit operation where a set of conditions are performed until the size specified is achieved.

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