[Beowulf] Innovative liquid cooling

Hearns, John john.hearns at mclaren.com
Wed Mar 6 08:48:01 PST 2013


>Cool-Whip is sold in a tub and is a foamed hydrogenated coconut and palm oil with corn syrup and some foam stabilizers like casein, xanthan gum and guar gum.  
> It can be frozen and thawed (unlike real cream).  Apparently, they started adding a small amount of skim milk to it in 2010.  (From a Kosher standpoint, CoolWhip was always >considered dairy because of the sodium caseinate, which is made from milk)

The equivalent in the UK is Angel Delight. I was brought up on it.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Angel_Delight

The Wikipedia page has no figure for its thermal conductivity.
However it is available in several rather nice flavours, each appropriate for different sizes of cluster.

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