Reducing Sugars in Cane Molasses and Certain Refined Syrups by the Lane & Eynon Procedure

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ICUMSA Method GS4/3-3 (2007)

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Year of Publication: 2007
Pages: 4

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Method Abstract

This method is used to determine the reducing sugars content in cane molasses.

It is suitable for cane molasses where the reducing sugars content lies in the range from (10 to 25) g/100 g – it can also be applied to cane juices with similar reducing sugars content. This is often useful for determining the value of molasses for commercial contracts.

The procedure relies upon the capability of the reducing sugars present to reduce Fehling’s solution under standard conditions.

The absolute difference between two results obtained under repeatability conditions should not be greater than 0.77 g/100 g and under reproducibility conditions should not be greater than 1.60 g/100 g.

 

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