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STUDIES ON LIGNIN AND RELATED COMPOUNDS: XVIII. LIGNIN SULPHONIC ACID—A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION ON ITS ISOLATION AND STRUCTURE
Several methods for the isolation of a pure lignin sulphonic acid have been studied. A satisfactory method, employing dialysis in the presence of an excess of sulphurous acid, followed byExpand
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STUDIES ON REACTIONS RELATING TO CARBOHYDRATES AND POLYSACCHARIDES.: XLV. THE POLYMERIZATION, UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF HEAT, OF CERTAIN COMPOUNDS CONTAINING THE ETHYLENE OXIDE RING
The tendency of certain glycidol and glycoloside derivatives to polymerize under the influence of heat has been investigated. Phenyl glycidol, methyl glycidol, and 2:3, 6:7-di-epoxy-4, 5-dihydroxyExpand
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STUDIES ON REACTIONS RELATING TO CARBOHYDRATES AND POLYSACCHARIDES. XXXIV. THE CONSTITUTION OF LEVAN AND ITS RELATION TO INULIN
A description is given of the properties of levan, a polysaccharide obtained by the action of Bacillus mesentericus, and of its enzyme, on sucrose; in particular, its complete hydrolysis to fructose,Expand
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Studies on Reactions Relating to Carbohydrates and Polysaccharides: XXXIII. The Synthesis of Polysaccharides by Bacteria and Enzymes
The synthesis of a polysaccharide from simpler carbohydrates both by the agency of Bacillus mesentericus Trevisan and Bacillus subtilis Cohn has been studied. The action of both is apparentlyExpand
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