THE POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF ION EXCLUSION CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR ADDITIONAL SUCROSE RECOVERY FROM MOLASSES Me

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  title={THE POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF ION EXCLUSION CHROMATOGRAPHY FOR ADDITIONAL SUCROSE RECOVERY FROM MOLASSES Me},
  author={Sugar Milling}
}
  • Sugar Milling
FIGURE 1 Scheme of a batch separation process. The resin is made by crosslinking divinyl benzene (DVB) with a polystyrene matrix, which contains sulphoriic groups for cation attachment. The resins are manufactured as beads which, when packed in a column, provide interstitial spaces for the passage of large molecules. Generally, non-ionised smaller moleculessuch as sucrose, glucose and fructoseare able to enter the resin beads whereas ionised and/or large molecules such as colour will not be… CONTINUE READING

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