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An Investigation of the Composition of American Wheat And Corn Second Report

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An Investigation of the Composition of American Wheat And Corn Second Report
Clifford Richardson
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S the results of certain experiments by Hilgard, of California, showing the changes in weight of wheat, when exposed ta alternations of dry and moist air ; California wheat, being particularly dry as it comes from the hot valleys where it grows, absorbs a large amount of moisture in the seaports, or during transportation by sea. Brewer 48 AMERICAN WHEAT AND CORN.
extended these experiments to all the cereals, and weighing them at in- tervals found that under the conditions which he employed the
...y with- out exception lost about the same amount from summer to winter that they would gain from winter to summer, and that when artificially dried and again exposed to the air, a few minutes would suffice for the absorp- tion of several per cent, of moisture.
The importance commercially of this capacity for absorbing or losing moisture is of course apparent, and experiments were undertaken before the appearance of Brewer's report for a more thorough investigation of the subject, in reference especially to mill products.


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