levulinic acid


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levulinic acid

[¦lev·yə¦lin·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
CH3COCH2CH2COOH Crystalline compound forming plates or leaflets that melt at 37°C; freely soluble in alcohol, ether, and chloroform; used in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, plastics, rubber, and synthetic fibers.
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The study Levulinic Acid (CAS 123-76-2) Market Research Report 2011' presents an overview of the Levulinic Acid market globally and regionally by contemplating and analyzing its parameters.
The authors explain their finding with the assumption of an overreaction of the feedback loop in which [partial derivative]-amino levulinic acid synthase formation is excessively stimulated through a deficiency of the regulatory end product, heme.
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Other substances experimented with included levulinic acid, which increased the brain's take-up of nicotine, and pyridine, which belongs to the same chemical family as nicotine and interacts with it.
As a fine chemical with wide application range, levulinic acid is mainly used in the fields of medicine, food, prinking ink, plastics, plasticiser, electronic products, flavor, etc, but most of the application industries haven't be explored in China currently.
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1999) and weak organic acids such as acetic acid as well as formic and levulinic acids that are formed from the breakdown of HMF and furfural (Larsson et al.