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Hydrolysis of Starch Grains by Light Polarised by Small Particles

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DURING the last three winters I have been engaged in an experiment, which throws additional light on the work described in a former paper (Baly and Semmens, Proc. Roy. Soc. B, 97, 250), and as the effects took place in a small flask, disposes of the ‘accidental pressure’ hypothesis of critics.

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SEMMENS, E. Hydrolysis of Starch Grains by Light Polarised by Small Particles. Nature 117, 821–822 (1926). https://doi.org/10.1038/117821b0

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