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Understanding Attenuation

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Attenuation refers to the percentage of starting [[extract]] that has been converted by the fermentation process:
 
Attenuation refers to the percentage of starting [[extract]] that has been converted by the fermentation process:
  
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<math>Attenuation = 100 % * frac{starting extract - current extract}{starting extract}<\math>
 
<math>Attenuation = 100 % * frac{starting extract - current extract}{starting extract}<\math>

Revision as of 23:56, 25 November 2007


work in progress

--Kaiser 22:51, 25 November 2007 (CST)

Attenuation refers to the percentage of starting extract that has been converted by the fermentation process:

<math>x=a<\math> <math>Attenuation = 100 % * frac{starting extract - current extract}{starting extract}<\math>