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The experimental molar absorptivity in methanol ε was 4070 (278 nm). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2015. 01 (br s, 1H, H-3). 1 (C-4). 0927. The experimental molar absorptivity in methanol ε was 6732 (278 nm). Figure 2. Sulfonation of wine procyanidins occurring in wine stored in temperatures higher than the optimum. Wine Precipitate Two bottles of defective Sangiovese wine of the year 2011 were provided by a commercial winery in Tuscany. The wine belonging to this lot number was considered unmarketable since after bottling it developed floating flakes in all their volume of unknown cause.

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