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It has been impossible to follow with the microscope the transformation of yeast during the fermentation of sugar, on account of the disengagement of carbonic acid; and it has been merely ascertained that the yeast increases by about one-quarter of its weight. 0 and, in addition, small quantities of sulphur, phosphorus, and some mineral bases, such as potassa and lime; the same yeast after fermentation was composed of:Carbon. 0 Thus, the carbon remaine4 nearly the same, while the hydrogen sensibly increased, and the nitrogen decreased by one-half.

Compounds which differ between each other only by very insignificant variations in the three, four, or five elements which essentially constitute them 1 These marvellous results are due to that mysterious force, unknown to dead nature, which we call life, vital force, assimilative force. God alone knows the secret of those successive transformations through which the organic elements pass to constitute the frames of the organs of living beings, as well as the numerous products which accumulate on them necessarily; and all this takes place, not by an effect of chance, but with an admirable variety, and with an extreme wisdom.

Heated to 320°, cane sugar fuses and forms a viscous mass flowing with difficulty, which solidifies into a transparent mass, having a vitreous fracture. Melted sugar kept for some time at 3560 loses the property of crystallizing when again dissolved in water. The composition of crystallized cane sugar corresponds to the formula C12H ll Oll • Heated between 410° and 428°, it loses 2 equivalents of water, and is converted into caramel, the formula of which is C12H 90 9• On continuing to heat caramel, it parts with more water, and is converted into a black insoluble product; and if the temperature be further increased, acid products and inflammable gases are dis.

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