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Old 03-20-2019, 12:46 PM
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I did a quick calculation to see what the conversion of rosin to sugar would be. I don't know if sugar would be a suitable substitute though. Based on the amount of carbon in both rosin and sugar, for 1.3 of rosin, use 1.8g cane sugar. Sugar from beets would have a different amount because there's a different amount of carbon per molecule of sugar.
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