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Behavior of water structure-breaking and structure-enhancing solutes on the thermal degradation of concentrated solutions of sucrose


, : Behavior of water structure-breaking and structure-enhancing solutes on the thermal degradation of concentrated solutions of sucrose. Journal of Carbohydrate Chemistry 14(7): 1035-1042


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