malonic acid


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malonic acid

[mə′län·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
CH2(COOH)2 A white, crystalline dicarboxylic acid, melting at 132-134°C; used to manufacture pharmaceuticals.
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2:00 DEVELOPMENT OF RENEWABLE POLYMERS FROM 1,3-PROPANE DIOL AND MALONIC ACID
This can be achieved by adjusting malonic acid concentration in the HPLC mobile phase.
Typically, the key to diagnosis is the excessive amount of malonic acid in the patient's urine, which can be detected by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
One pump delivered malonic acid at a fixed flow rate, and another pump delivered the cerium and bromate solutions at a rate regulated by a computer.
The substrates used here were 2 amines (D-glucosamine, L-glutamine), 6 amino acids (L-arginine, L-asparagine, L-glutamic acid, L-histidine, L-lysine, L-serine), 2 carbohydrates (D-glucose, D-mannose), and 15 carboxylic acids (L-ascorbic acid, citric acid, fumaric acid, gluconic acid, [Alpha]-ketobutyric acid, [Alpha]-ketoglutaric acid, [Alpha]-ketovaleric acid, DL-malic acid, malonic acid, pantothenic acid, quinic acid, succinic acid, tartaric acid, uric acid, and urocanic acid), [Alpha]-DL-hydroxybutyric acid was excluded from the list of 25 substrates defined by Degens (1998b) because of the unavailability of the compound and poor response in previous work (Degens 1998a, 1998b, 1999).
But Kondo's group now discovered that it instead came with an organic acid called malonic acid attached.
Although most cosmetic treatment products to date utilize moisturizing ingredients to help reduce the appearance of lines around the eyes, ELASTIderm utilizes a patent-pending bi-mineral complex technology with malonic acid to offer a superior approach to anti-aging treatment without the use of line-plumping moisturizers.