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Effect of fire-extinguishing agents on combustion of sucroseAuthor(s): A. Broido
Source: Science. 133(3465): 1701-1702
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionAlthough sucrose and cellulose are both carbohydrates of basically similar composition, the very materials which have been found to be most effective in preventing flaming combustion of cellulose are also effective in causing sugar cubes to support flame.
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CitationBroido, A. 1961. Effect of fire-extinguishing agents on combustion of sucrose. Science. 133(3465): 1701-1702.
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