The State of Ascorbic Acid in Plant Tissues

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DURING the last two years, considerable discussion has arisen over the state in which ascorbic acid occurs in natural food materials. It is an experimental fact that some vegetables after being heated in boiling water exhibit an apparent increase in the amount of titratable ascorbic acid, which can then be extracted from the plant tissues.

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