Physical and chemical factors that affect the pasteurization, Biology

Define the Physical and Chemical Factors That Affect the Pasteurization?

There are a few other physical and chemical factors that affect the pasteurization method. These involve:

1) Temperature and time; 

2) Acidity of the products; 

3) Air remaining in containers.   

For pasteurizing two categories of processes may be employed as pointed out in figure.

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Figure: Categories of Pasteurization

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