sorbose

A monosaccharide hexose: L-sorbose is an intermediate in the commercial synthesis of ascorbic acid.

Sorbose

Sorbose is a ketose belonging to the group of sugars known as monosaccharides. It has a sweetness that is equivalent to sucrose (table sugar). The commercial production of vitamin C (ascorbic acid) often begins with sorbose. L-Sorbose is the configuration of the naturally occurring sugar. ...
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sorbose

<chemistry> A monosaccharide hexose: L sorbose is an intermediate in the commercial synthesis of ascorbic acid. ... (04 Mar 1998) ...
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sorbose

sorbose A whitish crystalline sugar that is an isomer of fructose and a fermentation product of sorbitol*, used in the preparation of vitamin C. *Sorbitol is a white crystalline sweet alcohol extracted from the berries of the mountain ash tree, or manufactured synthetically, and used as a sweetener and in cosmetics, toiletries, and pharamaceuticals...
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