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diester

[¦dī′es·tər]
(organic chemistry)
A compound containing two ester groupings.
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It is important to be beware note that any generic Polyglycol/Ester blends turn out to be a Diester base, with a minimum amount of Polyglycol.
Concentrations of pyrophosphate, diester P, and combined monoester P and orthophosphate were quantified by comparing their integrated signal against that of the MDP signal, for which the solution concentration was known.
trifurca Glyccrophosphoryl diester phosphodiesterase E.
I am especially grateful for conversations with Jorg Diester at the Dokumentationsstatte Regierungsbunker in the initial stages of the project.
The final composition of product was shown in Figure 1 that contains triester (TE), diester (DE) and monoester (ME).
The coarse coal is cleaned in Link-Belt's new tank-type heavy-media vessels and the fine coal on Diester Concentrator twin-deck tables in four parallel coarse-coal and fine-coal circuits.
From petroleum ether of oil from Azadirachta indica, a tetrahydrofuranyl diester was isolated, which showed significant activities against Staphylococcus aureus ATCC 25923, Escherichia coli ATCC 25922 and Salmonella enteritidis CMCC (Zhang et al.
For example, six papers from a Tianjin Polytechnic team report on the synthesis of PEG2000 lauric acid diester and polyamic acid, the performance of a polysiloxane antifoaming agent, the properties of modified co-polyester fibers, and analysis of a strongly acidic alkyl phosphate.
The chlorinated cyclic sulfite diester endosulfan is a cyclodien insecticide possessing a relatively board spectrum of activity.
Among the oils that can be reclaimed are hydraulic, vacuum pump, quench, transmission, transformer, compressor, circulation, synthetic phosphate esters, cutting (straight oil only), turbine, machine, gear, synthetic diester, refrigeration, caster, and heat transfer oils.
Seven days after AX injection, significantly higher diester AX (DA), monoester AX (MA), free AX (FA), and total AX concentrations in hepatopancreas were observed in the AX-injected prawns than in the control without AX.
However, some types of diester waxes containing hydroxyfatty acids and/or alkanediols exist in the secretions of the gland in some groups of birds (Jacob and Ziswiler, 1982; Downing, 1986; Jacob, 1992).