Definition of Secalose

1. a complex carbohydrate [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Secalose

seborrhoea capitis
seborrhoea corporis
seborrhoea furfuracea
seborrhoea nigra
seborrhoea sicca
seborrhoeal
seborrhoeic
sebum
sebums
sebundies
sebundy
sec'y
sec 65
secale
secalose (current term)
secaloses
secant
secantly
secants
secateur
secateurs
secci disk
secco
seccos
secede
seceded
seceder
seceders
secedes

Literary usage of Secalose

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1. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"secalose crystallizes as a hydrate in the form of white microscopic prisms, ... secalose upon warming with dilute hydrochloric or sulphuric acid is rapidly ..."

2. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"secalose crystallizes as a hydrate in the form of white microscopic prisms, ... secalose upon warming with dilute hydrochloric or sulphuric acid is rapidly ..."

3. A Handbook of Sugar Analysis: A Practical and Descriptive Treatise for Use by Charles Albert Browne (1912)
"secalose crystallizes as a hydrate in the form of white microscopic prisms, ... secalose upon warming with dilute hydrochloric or sulphuric acid is rapidly ..."

4. Biochemie der Pflanzen by Friedrich Czapek (1905)
"Die von SCHULZE und FRANKFURT ') ans jungen grünen pflanzen gewonnene secalose (früher von den Entdeckern ..."

5. Chemistry of Food and Nutrition by Henry Clapp Sherman (1918)
"Anhydride of glucose + glucose + glucose — Melezitose. Anhydride of fructose + fructose + fructose — secalose. ..."

6. The Newer Remedies ...: A Reference Book for Physicians, Pharmacists, and by Virgil Coblentz (1899)
"secalose. A carbohydrate obtained from green rye. It is soluble In water, from which it is precipitated by alcohol. Desiccated over sulfuric acid it forms a ..."

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