alginic acid


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alginic acid

[al′jin·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
(C6H8O6) n An insoluble colloidal acid obtained from brown marine algae; it is hard when dry and absorbent when moist. Also known as algin.
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Initially it was thought that the calcium forms ionic bridges with the alginic acid chains, later Rees in 1969 proposed Egg-box model which is now widely accepted.
Dose effect of alginic acid as a modulator of anti-aging action in serum lipids.
To facilitate the esterification, we convert SA into alginic acid (ALG-H) as a material in advance.
Recovery of zinc, cadmium, and lanthanum by biopolymer gel particles of alginic acid.
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Natural and Modified Polymers (Including Alginic Acid, Hardened Proteins, Chemical Derivatives of Natural Rubber): European Union Market Outlook 2010 and Forecast till 2015
Not wanting to come to market with a generic-type product that was merely acceptable, "we spent a good deal of time tweaking the alginic acid proportions, the absorbency, and the silver level, to ensure an ideal dressing," Wolfenson added.
Chemical analysis on one of the metal pieces indicate the presence of carminic and alginic acids, often used in cosmetics," King said.