Front elevation and plan of Alfred Fryer's concretor, an apparatus used for evaporating cane juice rapidly, "to concentrate as cheaply and efficiently as possible the juice which is supplied to it; turning it at once into a solid substance, which is easily packed, and is not subject to loss by drainage."
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“Plate I: Sugar.” In Encyclopædia of Chemistry, Theoretical, Practical, and Analytical, as Applied to the Arts and Manufacturers, Vol. I and II. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1880. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/5d86p0292.
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