What does the perfect tiramisu reveal about chemistry?

This is a chemistry class and a cooking show in one. Chemist Francesco Picchioni (University of Groningen) explains what a colloid is and shows what this has to do with the famous Italian dessert Tiramisu.

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Prof. Dr. Francesco Picchioni

Prof. Dr. Francesco Picchioni is a polymer chemist at University of Groningen

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