Re: ORGLIST: Oxidation States of Carbon

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From: John Deutsch (deutschj$##$essex.UCHSC.edu)
Date: Tue Aug 04 1998 - 16:04:32 EDT


I hope I'm not missing the question but cellulose is essentially
(CH2O)n. Is there something I don't get?

John Deutsch
UCHSC
Denver



On Tue, 4 Aug 1998, Jeff Frick wrote:

> A colleague of mine has an interest in the average oxidation state of
> carbon in cellulose. Does anyone have any ideas about how to calculate
> this value or where one might find such information.
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