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Redox potential in the sugar industry



Redox potential in the sugar industry



Bol. Estac. exp. agric. Tucuman. 89: 11. bibl. 3



The redox potential of sugar cane juice is closely related to juice purity, and there are indications that it will also prove a means of determining the time elapsing after harvesting.

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