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synonyms for xylose

  • carbohydrate
  • candy
  • caramel
  • dextrose
  • fructose
  • glucose
  • lactose
  • levulose
  • maltose
  • saccharin
  • saccharose
  • sucrose
  • sweetener
  • cassonade
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How to use xylose in a sentence

The wound gums, for example, yield arabinose, and the wood gums yield xylose.
THE CHEMISTRY OF PLANT LIFEROSCOE WILFRED THATCHER
The product of hydrolysis appears, therefore, to be xylose or a closely related derivative.
RESEARCHES ON CELLULOSEC. F. CROSS
All attempts to obtain a crystallisation of xylose from the solution neutralised (BaCO3), filtered, and evaporated, failed.
RESEARCHES ON CELLULOSEC. F. CROSS
They have found it possible to work up the corn cobs into glucose and xylose by heating with acid.
CREATIVE CHEMISTRYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
But glucose can be more cheaply obtained from other starchy or woody materials and they cannot find a market for the xylose.
CREATIVE CHEMISTRYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
No trace of this substance is obtained from the xylose product.
RESEARCHES ON CELLULOSEC. F. CROSS
When finally hydrolyzed, they yield arabinose and xylose, respectively.
THE CHEMISTRY OF PLANT LIFEROSCOE WILFRED THATCHER
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO XYLOSE

  • candy
  • caramel
  • carbohydrate
  • cassonade
  • dextrose
  • fructose
  • glucose
  • lactose
  • levulose
  • maltose
  • saccharin
  • saccharose
  • sucrose
  • sweetener
  • xylose
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.