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10103111030900 SugarMohammad Farhat Ali
Introduction Carbohydrates, sugars, and starches are the most widely distributed and abundant organic chemicals on earth. They have a central role in the metabolism of animals and plants. These serve as a basic food, accounting for a large portion of total nutrient intake. They act as sweetening agents, gel- or paste-forming and thickening agents, stabilizers, and also precursors for aroma and coloring substances generated within the food by a series of reactions and during handling and processing. Historically, ca…
Mohammad Farhat Ali, Ph.D.; Bassam M. El Ali, Ph.D.; James G. Speight, Ph.D.: Handbook of Industrial Chemistry: Organic Chemicals. Sugar, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2005), AccessEngineering Export