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Effect of temperature of maceration water on mill extraction characteristics of polysaccharides of polysaccharides and lignins



Effect of temperature of maceration water on mill extraction characteristics of polysaccharides of polysaccharides and lignins



Journal American Society of Sugar Cane Technologists 12: 114



Sugarcane was separated in a pilot-scale Tilby separator, and extraction of the rind with water in a stainless steel reactor (capacity 1 litre) was studied in relation to temperature (30-150 degrees C).

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