In previous communications I have given processes for detecting the adulteration of cane-sugar by starch-sugar.
Which of the possessions of the United States are adaptable for cane-sugar?
The cotton and cane-sugar are grown in the middle coast region.
Lactose exists in milk and has the same formula as cane-sugar.
cane-sugar occurs in the sap of the sugar-cane, sorghum-cane, certain of the palms, and the juice of the beet.
One of these, widely used in the United States, in both the beet and cane-sugar industries, is known as “Blankit.”
It appears likely that cane-sugar is more liable to this change than Grape-sugar, although it may occur with the latter.
Continuous presses for beet were suggested by the roller-mills used in the cane-sugar industry.
How has the cultivation of the sugar-beet affected the cane-sugar industry in the British West Indies?
The formation of the transparency is sometimes assisted and hastened by the addition of glycerine or a solution of cane-sugar.