Influence of various factors on the thermal decomposition of alkaline-reducing substances

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According to the modern technology of sugar production normative expansion reducing substances in the cleaning diffusion juice, should be held in the main liming controlled temperature with an excess of lime alkalinity, followed by removal of the decay products have appeared due to the adsorption of calcium carbonate in the processing of juice carbon dioxide. Test data show the growth rate of thermochemical quantities of sucrose decay with increasing temperature, with the greatest degree in the experiments with a small share of reducing substances in solutions. With increase in the proportion of reducing substances to 0,3 %, the rate is reduced to about twice, with a 80 ° C and found to decrease its rate of growth. Main liming process preceded progressive preliming, not only where the epimerization faster but less stable, and the decomposition of fructose in the composition of the reducing substances to produce reactive products influencing the alkalinity of the solution and the surface state of microparticles of calcium hydroxide. The presence on the surface OH-groups and the appearance of tumors in the working environment, having in their structures group (= CO), (= O), (- СОН) contributes to the appearance of induced hydrogen bonds and partial reduction of the specific surface of the mass transfer between the solid particles and the components of the solution. Carboxyl group reduce the level of active alkalinity, which as a result of blocking is limited, which reduces the pH of the environment and the decay constant reducing substances. When heated to about 85 °C decomposed 20% of the reducing substances, and chromaticity increased by 83,1 %, taking into account the heating and hot main liming chromaticity increased by 116,9 %. That is, the more reducing substances remain in solution after the first stage of the main liming, the stronger chroma increases upon subsequent heating and hot workability.

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