aliphatic acid


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aliphatic acid

[¦al·ə¦fad·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
Any organic acid derived from aliphatic hydrocarbons.
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As the quality of the delignified product, propionic acid would give better end product in higher yield as compared to the lower aliphatic acid that was observed.
The major phytochemical compounds among them were 4-(4-ethoxyphenyl) but-3-en-2-one, an aliphatic acid (peak area: 56.
8,535,649 B2; Chanel Parfums Beaute, Neuilly sur Seine, France, has patented cosmetic composition comprising, in a physiologically acceptable medium, at least one anhydrous gel having a viscosity of at least 180,000 cP*s at 25[degrees]C, which includes at least one oil and at least one copolymer of styrene and at least one olefin other than styrene; at least one ester obtained from a saturated or unsaturated and linear or branched aliphatic acid or hydroxy acid having from 8 to 30 carbon atoms, a linear or branched diacid having from 12 to 36 carbon atoms, and glycerol or a glycerol condensate; and optionally at most 10% by weight of wax(es).
According to the results of the IR spectra, the rhamnolipids produced by belong to Pseudomonas aeruginosa PDKT-2 the glycolipid group, which is made up of aliphatic acid and ester.
IPA, seems to be comparable with that of the corresponding bifunctional aliphatic acid (SBA); the lower rate observed for the reaction with TPA (cf.
Ester-based plasticizers include benzoates, isophthalates, adipates, phthalates, citrates, trimellitates and various glycol esters of aliphatic acids.
Influence of aliphatic acids on spore germination of wood decay fungi.
Small aliphatic acids are well represented in both data sets, and it is likely that they target the acid-sensitive channel receptor found in the trigeminal system (ASIC) and in sensory neurons involved in taste (Waldman et al.