Definition of Sucroses
1. sucrose [n] - See also: sucrose
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sucroses
Literary usage of Sucroses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Food and the Principles of Dietetics by Robert Hutchison (1911)
"... varieties of sugar enter into the composition of articles of diet, but for practical purposes they may be divided into two groups : (i) The sucroses, ..."
2. The Chemistry of Breadmaking by James Grant (1912)
"THE BIOSES AND HIGHER SUGARS The more important bioses are the sucroses, ... The sucroses are anhydrous, but maltose and lactose each crystallise with one ..."
3. A Short Introduction to the Study of Logic by Laurence Johnstone (1887)
"And, on the other hand, if I divided it into sucroses and glucoses only, my division would not be adequate, because it does not contain amyloses, ..."
4. Lessons in Elementary Chemistry by Henry Enfield Roscoe (1882)
"They may be divided into three classes : (i) sucroses, or the sugars proper ... sucroses. 2. Glucoses. 3. Amyloses. Sucrose + Dextrose + Starch + ..."