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Effect of ethanol on sucrose solubility and molasses exhaustion



Effect of ethanol on sucrose solubility and molasses exhaustion



International Sugar Journal 103(1236): 547-552



According to a literature survey carried out at the Sugar Processing Research Institute, Louisiana, USA, on molasses exhaustion parameters, the main limiting factor in molasses exhaustion is the massecuite consistency. Several means allow a decrease in the massecuite viscosity. Among these, dilution of massecuite, reheating before centrifugation or addition of chemical products are possible. We decided to study ethanol addition directly in concentrated molasses.

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