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Table S1. Calculated rheological model parameters for aqueous CSG solutions with different concentrations (25°C, pH=9.5).

Table S2 Concentration dependency of the Herschel-Bulkley parameters and apparent viscosity (ηa, 50 s−1) of CSG at a constant temperature (25°C) using: power model (Eqn. 5), exponential model (Eqn. 6), and polynomial model (Eqn. 7).

Table S3. Regressed parameter values of the Herschel-Bulkley model and apparent viscosity (50 s−1) for aqueous CSG solutions under different pH conditions (25 °C).

Table S4. Regressed parameter values of the Herschel-Bulkley model and apparent viscosity (50 s−1) for aqueous CSG solutions as affected by salt type (NaCl, CaCl2) concentrations (25 °C).

Table S5. Regressed parameter values of the Herschel-Bulkley model and apparent viscosity (50 s−1) for aqueous CSG solutions as affected byof sugar type (sucrose, and lactose) and concentration (25 °C).

Figure S1. Apparent viscosity of cress seed gum at different concentrations ( , 1%; ,1.5%; Δ, 2%).

Figure S2. Applicability of all used rheological models to 1 wt% aqueous CSG solution.

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