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Industrial extraction of the crystalline saccharide of the carob. 7. Identity of crystalline sugars from the carob (Ceratonia siliqua L. ) and from the Peruvian carob (Prosopis horrida, inermis pallida, etc. ) with cane and beet sugar



Industrial extraction of the crystalline saccharide of the carob. 7. Identity of crystalline sugars from the carob (Ceratonia siliqua L. ) and from the Peruvian carob (Prosopis horrida, inermis pallida, etc. ) with cane and beet sugar



Ann. Chim. appl. Roma. 26: 89-95



Details are given of the combustion, molecular weight, rotation and acetyl derivatives which established the identity of the sugars from the four sources. The beans of the Peruvian carob contained about 1 per cent. glucose and 20 per cent. cane sugar. E. M.

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