gluconic acid

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gluconic acid

[glü′kän·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C6H12O7 A crystalline acid obtained from glucose by oxidation; used in cleaning metals.
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The market has been segmented as below: Chelating Agents Market: Product Segment Analysis APCA Sodium gluconate Organophosphonate Others (Glucoheptonates, citric acid, etc.
com/research/xw8rjz/chelating_agents) has announced the addition of the "2014 Report on the International Chelating Agents (APCA, Sodium Gluconate, Organophosphates and Others) Market - Forecasts to 2019" report to their offering.
A recent study comparing the bioavailability of zinc gluconate and zinc enriched yeast (Lalmin Zn) was recently conducted on human volunteers in Japan.
Owing to this factor, the importance of sodium gluconates has been significantly increasing and the trend is expected to continue in the forecast period.
Due to their high solubility, neutral flavor and high bioavailability, the most attractive applications for mineral lactates and gluconates are beverages and dietary supplements.
based in Janesville, manufactures and supplies gluconate products to a wide array of manufacturers in the food, beverage, nutritional supplement and pharmaceutical industries.
An example is Puracal Xperform calcium lactate gluconate with very high solubility, high stability and a neutral taste.
Mineral Product: Ascorbates, aspartates, chelates, citrates, gluconates, glycinates, multimineral trits, succinates, custom triturations, powders, granulates
based Glucona America, one of the world's leading manufacturers of gluconates and manufacturer of D-Glucarate, recently acquired master manufacturing and supply rights to Calcium D-Glucarate.
Glucona supplies gluconates to a wide array of manufacturers in the food, beverage and supplement fields.