Water, hydration, experiment, sugar, structure
Chemistry | Earth Sciences | Life Sciences | Physical Sciences and Mathematics
The title of this paper is somewhat misleading. Although it began as a study of the hydration numbers of sugars, events in the course of the research changed its purpose. The emphasis was shifted from that of a data-gathering project to an attempt to understand the seeming inconsistencies and the applicability of the method used. Since this work is basically an extension of research done by Messrs. Gorse, Sellers and Foster, the ramifications of such problems would extend beyond the bounds of this project.
Hall, D. O. (1977). The Spectroscopic Determination of Hydration Numbers of Sugar (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/570