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Access Type

Open Access

Document Type

thesis

Degree Program

Chemistry

Degree Name

Thesis (M.S.)

Year Degree Awarded

1926

Keywords

Hydrogen-ion concentration, Sucrose

Abstract

In general, the velocity of inversion of sucrose ie a function of several variables; namely, the temperature, the viscosity, and the concentrations of hydrogen ions, undissociated acid, sucrose, added salts, and non-electrolytes. It can readily be seen, then, that this reaction offers a broad field for research with decidedly varied and diversified lines of attack.

DOI

https://doi.datacite.org/dois/10.7275%2Fhbqy-xp33

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