Handbook Of Cane Sugar Technology Mathur [PORTABLE]
Handbook Of Cane Sugar Technology Mathur
Hey guys, I was going through the eBook which is usually larger than the online version which you can usually download from the Amazon website without paying anything. I bookmarked a few pages for later reading. Please let me know if someone can link me to the eBook.
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Your sample texts are not actually the same books, they differ in several respects. The first text is “Green Engineering: methods and practices for sustainable plant production” by Mehmet Koseoglu (2012), the second is “Handbook of Cane Sugar Technology” (2015) by R.B.L Mathur.
I looked up both books, the Book in question is called “Handbook of Cane Sugar Technology” by R.B.L Mathur, I cannot find the one you mention.
This is a partial answer, but I think it may explain your problem a bit. Your book seems to be about cane sugar, and I don’t see anything about that in the text. The book you cite is about beet sugar. Sugarcane is the botanical term for the sugar cane plant, and it’s quite different from sugar beet; generally speaking. Sugar cane is a grass; sugar beet is a beet; and beet sugar is a different substance than cane sugar.
When you see “cane sugar” it usually means beet sugar, and beet sugar is derived from cane sugar. So I can’t see any way to meaningfully translate the title of your book, into the English language. Sorry.
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