Author: RICARDO COSIO RAMIREZ

Calidad del tequila: Marco normativo y composición del producto

MIRNA ESTARRON ESPINOSA JULISA EDITH LOPEZ RAMIREZ SANDRA TERESITA MARTIN DEL CAMPO BARBA JUAN GALLARDO VALDEZ ERNESTO RAMIREZ ROMO RICARDO COSIO RAMIREZ JORGE ALBERTO GARCIA FAJARDO (2015)

"La caldiad del tequila ocmo producto terminado, ha sido un aspecto que ha preocupado y ocupado tanto a la industria tequilera como a los organismos creados alrededor de ésta, con el objetivo de vigilar y garantizar la calidad de esta bebida distintiva de México "

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Calidad del tequila INGENIERÍA Y TECNOLOGÍA CIENCIAS TECNOLÓGICAS TECNOLOGÍA DE LOS ALIMENTOS BEBIDAS ALCOHÓLICAS

Black carbon in PM2.5, data from two urban sites in Guadalajara, Mexico during 2008

MARIA DE LOS ANGELES TERESA LIMON SANCHEZ PATRICIA CARBAJAL ROMERO LEONEL HERNANDEZ MENA ALBERTO LOPEZ LOPEZ RICARDO COSIO RAMIREZ JOSE LUIS ARRIAGA COLINA (2011)

The BC and PM2.5 concentrations in Guadalajara, Mexico were measured in 2008 using a two–wavelength

Aethalometer!and a Partisol sampler, respectively. The aerosols were collected within two sites of the local!Network

Monitoring Stations, Centro in downtown!and Miravalle in the south. BC was measured from January to December

and PM2.5 from January to August. The 24–h PM2.5 mean concentrations were 73 and 90μg!m"3 at Centro! and

Miravalle,respectively. Mexican air quality 24–h!standard (65μg!m–3) was exceeded by 79% of the PM2.5 samples. The

BC study period was divided into three seasons: two dry seasons (DS1 and DS2) and one rainy season (RS). The hourly

BC median concentrations at Centro!and Miravalle were 1.3–8.7 and 1.5–13.8μgm"3 in DS1 while 1.4–3.3 and 1.9–6.4

μg!m–3 in RS, and 1.4–7.0μg!m"3 in DS2. When the 24–h mean BC concentration is compared to the mass

concentration on PM2.5, it shows that BC comprises less than10% of!the fine particles measured at!the same period.

Considering the meteorological parameters wind speed and wind direction, data analysis indicates that the BC

concentration is mainly influenced by local sources at Centro, but by regional and/or long–range transport and local

sources at Miravalle site. The strong correlation between BC and carbon monoxide concentrations confirmed that

these two species at the two sites have common sources.

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Black carbon, aerosol, PM2.5, Aethalometer, Urban atmosphere, Guadalajara, air, pollution BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA

Potential sources of trace metals and ionic species in PM2.5 in Guadalajara, México: a case study during dry season

MARIO ALFONSO MURILLO TOVAR Hugo Albeiro Saldarriaga Noreña Leonel Hernández Mena ARTURO ALBERTO CAMPOS RAMOS BEATRIZ CARDENAS GONZALEZ JESUS EFREN OSPINA NOREÑA RICARDO COSIO RAMIREZ José de Jesús Díaz Torres Winston Smith (2015)

"This study was conducted from May 25 to June 6, 2009 at a downtown location (Centro) and an urban sector (Miravalle) site in the Metropolitan Zone of Guadalajara (MZG) in Mexico. The atmospheric concentrations of PM2.5 and its elemental and inorganic components were analyzed to identify their potential sources during the warm dry season. The daily measurements of PM2.5 (24 h) exceeded the WHO (World Health Organization) air quality guidelines (25 µg.m3). The most abundant element was found to be Fe, accounting for 59.8% and 72.2% of total metals mass in Centro and Miravalle, respectively. The enrichment factor (EF) analysis showed a more significant contribution of non-crustal sources to the elements in ambient PM2.5 in Centro than in the Miravalle site. Particularly, the highest enrichment of Cu suggested motor vehicle-related emissions in Centro. The most abundant secondary ionic species (NO3-; SO4 2- and NH4+) and the ratio NO3-/SO42- corroborated the important impact of mobile sources to fine particles at the sampling sites. In addition, the ion balance indicated that particles collected in Miravalle experienced neutralization processes likely due to a higher contribution of geological material. Other important contributors to PM2.5 included biomass burning by emissions transported from the forest into the city."

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BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA

Ciencia y Tecnología del Tequila: Avances y Perspectivas 2da Edición

JUAN GALLARDO VALDEZ BENJAMIN RODRIGUEZ GARAY ANTONIA GUTIERREZ MORA MARIBEL MARTINA LOERA QUEZADA ERICKA PATRICIA FLORES BERRIOS GABRIEL RINCON ENRIQUEZ EVANGELINA ESMERALDA QUIÑONES AGUILAR Joaquin Alejandro Qui Zapata ROSA MARIA CAMACHO RUIZ FRANCISCO JAVIER PEREZ MARTINEZ ERNESTO RODRIGUEZ GONZALEZ ANNE CHRISTINE GSCHAEDLER LORENA AMAYA DELGADO MELCHOR ARELLANO PLAZA JAVIER PLACIDO ARRIZON GAVIÑO ENRIQUE JAIME HERRERA LOPEZ MANUEL REINHART KIRCHMAYR ROGELIO PRADO RAMIREZ MIRNA ESTARRON ESPINOSA JULISA EDITH LOPEZ RAMIREZ SANDRA TERESITA MARTIN DEL CAMPO BARBA ERNESTO RAMIREZ ROMO RICARDO COSIO RAMIREZ JORGE ALBERTO GARCIA FAJARDO SOCORRO JOSEFINA VILLANUEVA RODRIGUEZ ALBERTO LOPEZ LOPEZ SILVIA MARIBEL CONTRERAS RAMOS JAVIER RIVERA RAMIREZ ALEJANDRA NAVARRO HURTADO NORMA ANGELICA PANIAGUA BUELNAS EVARISTO JAVIER URZUA ESTEVA JOSE LUIS FLORES MONTAÑO (2015)

En esta obra se pretende compilar los conocimientos científicos y tecnológicos más recientes generados en el proceso de producción del Tequila, incluyendo las bases científicas indispensables para el entendimiento de cada una de las operaciones unitarias involucradas. Los capítulos técnicos referentes al proceso de producción abordan los temas de las materias prima considerando las problemáticas actuales, la etapa de extracción del jugo de Agave con las más recientes innovaciones, la fermentación con nuevas perspectivas y el tema de la calidad del tequila integrando el marca normativo; un capítulo dedicado al importante tema del análisis sensorial y finalmente el tratamiento de efluentes. Esta obra también contempla otras temáticas importantes como una visión histórica de su desarrollo, la temática del mercado así como una visión prospectiva del sector Agave-Tequila.

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Agave; Tequila INGENIERÍA Y TECNOLOGÍA CIENCIAS TECNOLÓGICAS