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THURSDAY, JUNK 10, 1887.
D.HZOYL SULPHOMC IMIDE.
Tin: ni:w swi:kt rnoM coal tau
GLAUS SPIIKCKr.LS DLTAUTS FOlt
EUHOPE TO STUDY AXO IX-
SPECT HIE PACTOUY AT
Tho New Yoik Times, In the fol
lowing niticlc, throws somo little
light upon this moat impoitant dis
One of the most eminent and re
spected of tho younger clicmisis of
Kuiope, Alfred Gordon Salamon, n
pupil of Pasteur, nnd nn nitllioiity
in tho counsels of tho Knglish scien
tific societies, spoke to ino on the
subject the other day, nnd showed
me n copj' of the New York Journal
of Commerce of December G, which
contained a leading article decrying
the new product. lie assured ut'm
that he had not the remotest inter
est in the fortunes of "saccharino,"
but as a chemist he had had inter
est enough in the matter to go to the
factory at JUnguouuig, study the
processes thoroughly, and secure
samples of the article, both in its
original state, and as applied to
fruits, syrups and in the making of
sugar and candy. At Ins Invitation
I spent an hour at his laboratory in
Fcnchurch avenue, and I can only
hope that my account of his conver
sation will be as intclligiblo to scien
tists, sugar men and tho public gen
erally as the talk itself was interest
ing and instructive to me.
To begin, it is a mistake to call
"saccharine," or as it is scientific
ally known, benzoyl sulphonic imidc,
either an adulterant or an unworthy
chemical trick. It is a great scien
tific development an honest pro
duct, possessing marvellous proper
tics. None of theso is iujuiiotis ;
some, as will be shown latcrjm, arc
in the highest degree valuable. It'
is an independent thing to be
Judged on its own merits, and no
more to be condemned because of
its commercial effect on tho sugar
industry than the clccliic light
principle was to be sot aside because
it affected gas stocks.
The story of its discovery, rlke
that of so many other now lamiliar
secrets of science, is a curious one.
A German chemist of distinction
named Fahlberg went to America
some ten yars ago as an expert in
a customs case, which at tho time
attracted much attention, and which
he finally won for Ins client as
against the United Stales Govern
ment. Fahlberg decided to remain
in America, and wcnt,I believe, to
John Hopkins university, where lie
became connected with tho labora
tory, lie devoted himself wholly
to research among coal tar products,
or at least made this a specialty.
One evening, after long labor over
a variety of theso compounds, he
went to tea neglecting, in his haste,
to wash his hands. When lie put
his hand to his mouth with his
bread he noticed n strange, pungent
sweetness, which came from every
thing ho touched. lie ran back to
the laboratory and, thrusting a
finger into each of the numerous
vessels, at last found the one which
had produced tho taste. Thus
"saccharino" was discovered. It
took a long time and much hard
study to learn tho philosophy of this
production ; it has taken eight years
to reduce the manufacture of it to a
It was formerly supposed that the
physical quality of sweetness was
typified by the carbo-hydrates that
is, tho sugars nnd thoso starches
which by chemical treatment are
brought into the group. But Fahl
berg' s discovery does away with this
old standard practically and scien
tifically. It is 280 times sweeter
than the best cano sugar, equal to
unity. What is more extraoulinary,
it dilfcra wholly in principal from all
inu curuu-iiyeiruiu yiuup, unit is,
from all other known sugars in not
being susceptible to fermentation.
Every housewife knows how pre
served fruit mildews, how Jam
molds, and how yeast ferments and
spoils. All these operations are the
result of the 'action of organisms
feeding on the sugar, heretofore an
inseparable featuro of all the sweet
oning processes. But 3011 cannot
produce fermentation in "sacchar
ine." To the contrary, it is power
fully preservative a quality it
possesses in common with all the
coal tar products. Of this I had
some curious illustiations from the
samples Mr. Salamon had brought
with him from Magdeburg. There
were strawberries, for instance, put
up over a year ago, which had never
been cooked, and which preserved
absolutely their flavor of the garden.
Tho Jam had been boiled, but with
tho non-fermenting "saccharino"
there was no boiling away, no need
of skimming, which with ordinary
sugar involves a loss of 10 percent.
It is not necessary to speak of other
samples. Every ono can sco what
the effect must bo, in all theso lines
of production, of substituting for
ordinary sugars a sweetening power
which cannot ferment and which is
Another novel nnd Interesting
quality of this now product is that
it Isjstrictly anti-diabetic. It passes
through tho system absolutely un
touched. German physicians aro
making much of this phaso of tho
discovery, and there has already
been established nn independent
I factory for the inanufactmo of anti
diabetic? biscuits for tho uio oi the
large class of patients to whom till
sweetening has huictoforc been for
bidden. On this point there seems
to be no possibility of doubt. 1 was
shown copies of the decimation of
Piofessors Lcyden, of the Berlin
university; Stndulmann, of the
IliudcMimg univeisity ; Stutzer, of
Bonn, und Moso and Aducio, of
Turin, all made upon personal
analyses, and all highly commend
ing the discoveiy as a gain, not only
to commeice but to medical bciencc.
Professor hir Ilcniy lloscoe, in a
lectin 0 befoio the Royal institute
here, has already described tho now
compound as "the most remarkable
of the many reraaikable products of
coal tar." I use the word "com
pound" because "saccharino" is
really a synthetic result, obtained
by coalescing a number of sub
stances upon tho basis of a deriva
tive from coal tar.
The factory of Magdeburg, over
which Mr. Salamon went, is a mam
moth establishment, embracing with
its wharfage on the Elbe, nearly a
half square mile of ground. The
machinery set up is of tho sort to
dolight a scientist's heart, and the
inventions of England, tho United
Stales, Germany, France and Rus
sia have all contributed to it. When
the start is made in February tho
first deliveries arc made in March
between 200 and 300 men will be
employed. Mr. Salamon does not
credit the statement of the Journal
of Commerce that thero liavo been
efforts "To beat up capital in Lon
don and Antwerp." There arc only
four, or, at the most, five partners
in the firm of Fahlberg, List & Co.,
no one of whom is an Englishman.
There is one Antwerp man in tho
firm. They have put $500,000 in
the business, and this, so far from
being a stock company adventure,
represents the faith of a few part
ners who have put their all into the
nrj QUEEN'S JUBILEE I
0 FOURTH OF JULY
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