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Catalytic hydrogenation of glucose leads to the formation of sorbitol (Scheme 12). 198 The experiments were conducted at 100 1C using a 40 wt% aqueous solution of glucose in a 300 ml stirred autoclave pressurized to a hydrogen pressure of 80 bar. The high selectivity towards sorbitol exhibited by the catalyst was attributed to fast desorption of sorbitol from the catalyst surface, which effectively lowers sorbitol epimerization and thus suppresses the formation of mannitol. 5% yield of sorbitol can be obtained.

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