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Determination of the heat of combustion of xylitol


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    The heat of combustion of xylitol has been determined for the first time.

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    The heat of formation of xylitol from its elements has been determined.

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In conclusion the authors express their thanks to S. M. Skuratov for the interest which he devoted to this work.

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Oberemok-Yakubova, A.P., Balandin, A.A. Determination of the heat of combustion of xylitol. Russ Chem Bull 12, 2038–2039 (1963).

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  • Combustion
  • Xylitol