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acid salt

[′as·əd ‚sȯlt]
(chemistry)
A compound derived from an acid and base in which only a part of the hydrogen is replaced by a basic radical; for example, the acid sulfate NaHSO4.
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5% organic acid salt solutions, at pH 4, for 1 minute at 55 C.
Now, neurologists at RUB have found that fumaric acid salts detoxify radicals released during the inflammation process, thus protecting nerve and glial cells.
8) The cloacolith retrieved from this parrot was formed of pure uric acid salts.
Once it was determined that these organic acid salts were effective swelling agents, a study was begun with rubber samples thicker than the 2 mm slabs used to this point.
In the presence of excess base (greater than 2 moles of base for each mole of anhydride groups in the resin) the anhydride rings react to give dicarboxylic acid salt functional groups (see Figure la).
The derivatives used were the hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, stearic acid, p-toluenesulfonic acid, and methane sulfonic acid salts and the methyl iodide quaternary ammonium salt.
group of acid salts businesses to a group of investors led by New York merchant bank, Castle Harlan.
OXiGENE has in-licensed rights to this patent, entitled "Combretastatin A-4 Phosphate Prodrug Mono- and Di-Organic Amine Salts, Mono- and Di- Amino Acid Salts, and Mono- and Di-Amino Acid Ester Salts," from Bristol-Myers Squibb, which developed the novel salt forms of CA4P during a two-year research collaboration with the Company.
Different types of flavoring substances are natural, nature-identical and artificial; whereas, major flavor enhancers include glutamic acid salts, guanylic acid salts, iosinic acid salts and others.
Patent 8,609,770 (December 17, 2013), "Polyesters Modified by a Combination of lonomer and Organic Acid Salts," Charles John Talkowski (E.
This product is comprised of a radical scavenger, caffeine, a complex with amino acid salts consisting of sorbitol, arginine-HCl, or-nithine-HCl, tyrosine and Si02, an enzyme photolyase enclosed in liposomes and UV endonuclease, and an extract from corallina officinalis with propylene glycol.
This technique employs commonly available chemicals, is not water-sensitive and allows for the conversion of fatty acid salts, as well as the acyl components in all lipid classes, such as triacylglycerols, phospholipids, sphingolipids, and waxes, to methyl esters using a simple direct single-vial digestion and esterification procedures.