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R. analyses of the equilibrium mixtures at different temperatures are shown in Fig. 10 (Lillford et al, unpublished results) : here again the species which predominates at low temperatures (where the solvent structure is most developed) is the ß-pyranose in the Cl conformation which is also the modification bearing the largest possible number of equatorial F. FRANKS 18 OH groups. The equilibrium composition of ribose in dimethyl sulphoxide differs markedly from the behaviour shown in Fig. 10. Going from "simple" monosaccharides to disaccharides, two additional conformational degrees of freedom are introduced, namely the angles of Ό 20 40 60 80 100 Temperature (°C) FIG.
Water Relations of Foods: Conference Proceedings by Ronald Barrett Duckworth