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This might work if the solution was mixing during the time of sterilization. Any particles in the solution could shade contaminates so a solution in motion would help. Boiling the solution initial with a UV finish off might be better. Sounds like a lot of work to me, but an interesting concept.
Acer is the genus for maple, so acer syrup is maple syrup.
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thanks for your last reply... i have a bad english level... the syrup maybe is from alder tree.... well anyway.... the question is that solution has to be as transparent as possible....to be sterilized by uv light...