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malt•ol



Pronunciation: (môl'tôl, -tol), [key]
n. Chem.
a crystalline compound, C6H6O3, obtained from larch bark, pine needles, chicory, or roasted malt, used for enhancing flavors and aromas, as in foods, wines, and perfumes. Also called larixinic acid.

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