By Hippolyte Dussauce
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And this is due to the great mobility of the elements of organic compounds. Nothing is more easy than to successively convert starch into gum; the gum into sugar; the Bugar into alcohol; the alcohol into acetic acid or ether; and the ether into water or carbu·retted hydrogen. All these transformations, all these imitations, depend on that excessive mobility of the elements of organic 38 MANUFACTURE OF VINEGAR. matters by which they are unable to resist the action of energetic reagents, as nitric acid, potassa, chromic acid, chlorine, which take their carbon and hydrogen, and thus change them into new substances less hydrogenized, and less carburetted.
Guxs, C12HIOOIO. Certain substances, as yet imperfectly understood, which issue from trees, are called gums. Their elementary composition is the Bame as that of amylaceous matter, but they differ from it in several of their chemical properties; thus, amylaceous matter forms oxalic acid with nitric acid, while, under the same circumstances, gums produce both oxalic acid and a peculiar acid called mucic acid. Gums may be divided into three species:- ELEMENTARY PRINCIPLES. 49 1. Gum-arabic or arahin.
In the formation of minerals, their component elements are submitted to the two great natural forces called attraction and ajfinity. These also govern living 3 34 o MANUFACTURE OF VINEGAR. beings, which obey other forces peculiar and essential to themselves. Thus, vegetables, composed of organs designated by the names of roots, trunks, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds, grow, live, and die under the empire of a force which, like the above, escapes our researches. It is the 'Vital force or the power of organization, the action of which begins and ends with life.
A General Treatise on the Manufacture of Vinegar: Theoretical and Practical by Hippolyte Dussauce