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 drop in pH may result from production of organic acids such as gluconic acid or [alpha]-ketoglutarate and uptake of NH4+ ions which may release proton to the medium (Rodriguez, Gonzalez, Goire and Bashan, 2004).
Sarac, Kinetic Study on the Leaching of Calcined Magnesite in Gluconic Acid Solutions, J.
Honey gets its acidity mainly from gluconic acid, but may also contain citric acid and malic acid (the most abundant acid in green apples).
Sarac, Kinetic study on the leaching of calcined magnesite in gluconic acid solutions, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 16(2010), No.
In hyperglycemia condition releases insulin by dissociation in reducing the pH and glucose converted into gluconic acid in the presence of enzymes and the subsequent degradation of the polymeric matrix are facilitated.
On exposure to hyperglycaemia, gluconic acid as formed, and the chitosan network pronated.
lipoferum produced gluconic acid that is involved in phosphate solubilization process.
The acetic acid bacteria also utilize glucose to produce gluconic acid to approximately 2%.
It does provide a tremendous amount of immune-enhancing and other health-promoting compounds such as beta-glucans, polyphenols, and various organic acids like gluconic acid, propionic acid, and malic acid.
Each nanoparticle contains spheres of dextran loaded with an enzyme that converts glucose into gluconic acid.
The production of Gluconic acid seems to be the most frequent agent of mineral phosphate solubilization.
e, D- gluconic acid calcium salt (C12H22CaO6) is considered to be the most important salts of calcium which occurs in two morphological forms, one is white crystalline substance or granular and the other is powder which is tasteless and odorless.