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Sucrose solubility

  • Z. Bubník
  • P. Kadlec

Abstract

Sucrose solubility means the concentration of sucrose in a saturated solution which is in equilibrium with sucrose in the solid state. Solubility of sucrose in water is of fundamental importance in defining the supersaturation, or driving force of sucrose crystal growth. Solubility of sucrose in mixtures of water with different organic solvents has important uses in some branches of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, in analytics, etc. It is especially the case for ethanol, methanol, propyleneglycol, glycerol, acetone and pyridine.

Keywords

Water Ratio Supersaturated Solution Triangle Diagram Nonaqueous Solvent Invert Sugar 
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