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propionate

[′prō·pē·ə‚nāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt of propionic acid, CH3CH2-COOH; an example is sodium propionate, CH3CH2COONa.
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The report segments the global propionic acid market as: Propionic Acid Market - Application Segment Analysis, Animal feed and grain preservatives Calcium and sodium propionates Cellulose Acetate Propionate Others (Herbicides etc.
They showed that the intestine of these animals used propionate as precursor to increase the production of glucose.
Use of Bakesafe in the recipe is a clean label alternative to calcium propionate or potassium sorbate and, at a time when research shows that a significant number of European consumers regularly look at product labelling - especially additives - Bakesafe is a timely new ingredient for the bakery sector," Ms Lionnet adds.
Zein film with or without nisin and calcium propionate coated on refrigerated ready-to-eat meat products can provide the additional safeguards needed to prevent the growth of L.
Since 1993, the ABA has had to settle for "freshly baked" thanks to the preservative calcium propionate, which the U.
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In a related announcement, Eastman Chemical Company has introduced Eastman n-Butyl propionate, a solvent classified as a non-hazardous air pollutant (non-HAPs) by the U.
New Versaflex 0M2040x (40A) and 0M2060x (60A) are for co-molding with copolyester and cellulose acetate propionate.
Various overmolding grades of the Versaflex TPE alloy are available for different substrates, including nylon, polypropylene, polycarbonate, ABS, PC/ABS blends, propionate or copolyester.
Other grades are available for over molding onto nylon, propionate, copolyester, and polypropylene.