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Ionic Liquids as Promising Solvents for Biomass Derived Mannitol and Xylitol

Cite this: J. Chem. Eng. Data 2014, 59, 8, 2698
Publication Date (Web):February 14, 2014
https://doi.org/10.1021/je400279d

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The Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data retracts the article, “Ionic Liquids as Promising Solvents for Biomass Derived Mannitol and Xylitol” on the basis of the results of an investigation issued by the authors’ institutions that concluded the data could not be scientifically validated. The investigation also determined that not all co-authors on the manuscript were aware of or agreed to the content and scientific conclusions in the article.

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    • Rafał Bogel-Łukasik
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    • Ana Rita C. Morais
    • Lucinda J. A. Conceição
    • Ewa Bogel-Łukasik

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