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Nitrous oxide is a very inert gas used generally as oxidant as it offers some advantage compared with other oxidants such as O 2 but a considerably higher temperature (> 526 °C) is often required. For particular cases such as the oxidation of sugar alcohols, especially for the oxidation of primary alcohols to aldehydes, N 2 O has the advantage over O 2 of a higher reaction selectivity. In the present paper we present the modelling of oxidation reaction of sugar alcohols using an oxidizing agentdoi:10.1051/matecconf/201712502053 fatcat:gkku5vhdzvgavpiy4zu2s4a4lq