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Chemistry
  • Author:
    Arthur Harden
  • ISBN:
    1143980085
  • ISBN13:
    978-1143980084
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  • Publisher:
    Nabu Press (February 9, 2010)
  • Pages:
    172 pages
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    Chemistry
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Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III. TH. .

Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III.FUNCTION OF PHOSPHATES IN ALCOHOLIC FERMENTATION

CHAPTER PAGE I. Historical Introduction i II. Zymase and its Properties 18 III. The Function of Phosphates in Alcoholic Fermentation 41 IV.

The Chemical Changes involved in Fermentation 96 IX. The Mechanism of Fermentation 119 Bibliography 136 Index 155. Digitized by Google. Bibliography: p. 136-154.

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The Alcoholic Fermentation of the Sugars by Yeast-Juice. Effect of Phosphate on the Total Fermentation Produced by Yeast-Juice. Production of a Fermentable Sugar from Hexosephosphate by the Action of an Enzyme Contained in Yeast-Juice. a) Relation to Fermentation by living Yeast. b) Relation of Alcohol to Carbon Dioxide.

Sir Arthur Harden, FRS (12 October 1865 – 17 June 1940) was a British biochemist

Sir Arthur Harden, FRS (12 October 1865 – 17 June 1940) was a British biochemist. Arthur was born to Scottish Presbyterian businessman Albert Tyas Harden and Eliza Macalister.

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Alcoholic Fermentationby Arthur Harden. Alcoholic Fermentation. Stahl specifically states that a body in such a state of internal dis quietude can very readily communicate the disturbance to another, which is itself at rest but is capable of undergoing a similar change, so that a putrefying or fermenting liquid can set another liquid in putre faction or fermentation.

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