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1976
Sugar Y Azucar
Alcohol from Molasses as a Possible Fuel and the Economics of Distillery Effluent Treatment Kujala, P., Hull, R., et.al.  1976.  The economics of power alcohol manufacture vary considerably according to the local cost of gasoline and the marketability of molasses. Depending upon the strain of yeast, the nutrients present and the temperature at which... Read More
1976
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Alcohol for Gasoline from Sugarcane Dr. Humbert, R.P.  1976.  The first large plant built to produce alcohol directly from sugarcane was scheduled to go on stream in November 1975, in the state of Paraiba, Brazil. The distillery GIASA is designed to produce 100,000 liters of alcohol per day. Brazil currently produces over 700,000,000 liters of alcohol from... Read More
1978
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Xylitol A Specialty Sweetener Jaffe, G.M.  1978.  The xylitol of commerce today is manufactured from xylose extracted from the xylan fraction of the hemicelluloses of forests and agricultural products. Its sweetness and caloric content are equal to sucrose and is twice as sweet as sorbitol and almost three times as sweet as mannitol. Xylitol – A Specialty... Read More
1978
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Use of Ion Exchange in Cane Sugar Processing Pollio, F.X. and McGarvey, F.X.  1978.  The article develops the technical information required for a successful juice decalcification process and provides new data on the decolorization of refinery liquors by anion-exchange resins. Use of Ion Exchange in Cane Sugar Processing. Sugar y Azucar, May 1978:63-75.
1978
Sugar Y Azucar
The Industrial Uses of Bagasse and its Fuel Value as compared to Fossil Fuels Dr. Atchison, J.E.  1978.  Sound and logical methods have been developed between the sugar mills and the pulp mills for establishing the basic purchase price of bagasse, based essentially on its fuel replacement value plus a small premium.  The Industrial Uses of Bagasse and its... Read More