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Mixture of sugar crystals and liquid (water, clarified juice, syrup, or molasses).
The mixture of crystals and mother liquor that comes out of the crystallization process.
Apparatus that sends massecuite to the centrifuges.
Equipment that dissolves sugar.
Another term for dissolving of sugar crystals.
A thick syrup produced as a by-product of refining sugar. Molasses is the liquor that is left after the sugar crystals are separated from the mother liquor.
Syrup or liquid in which the crystals grow.