benzoate


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benzoate

[′ben·zə‚wāt]
(organic chemistry)
A salt or ester of benzoic acid, formed by replacing the acidic hydrogen of the carboxyl group with a metal or organic radical.
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Chemist Aijun Zhang, with the Agricultural Research Service Invasive Insect Biocontrol and Behavior Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, has found a new use for methyl benzoate, namely as an environmentally friendly control for agricultural pests like the spotted wing drosophila fly (SWD), an invasive species from Asia.
Insects fed on the control had lower larval viability compared to insects fed with diets containing sodium benzoate, formaldehyde and 2-phenylphenol, and lower pupal viability compared to insects fed with diets with sodium benzoate, formaldehyde, potassium sorbate and 2-phenylphenol (Table 2).
The present study evaluated the toxicity of emamectin benzoate and compared it with other conventional insecticides used against B.
The report firstly introduced the Polyhydric alcohols benzoate basics: definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain overview; industry policies and plans; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures and so on.
Fluorescence derivatization was modified by pe Mepod of Standard to Wiphold Registration of emamectin benzoate samples.
Solubility of lornoxicam was determined by saturation aqueous solubility method in 2 M sodium benzoate.
But nisin, EDTA, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate, in various combinations, were able to significantly reduce levels of native microflora and inoculated populations of E.
I love the smell of potassium benzoate in the morning," I said.
Rizatriptan Benzoate ODT 5mg and 10mg are the generic equivalent of Merck's Maxalt-MLT ODT 5mg and 10mg.
WASHINGTON -- Mylan Pharmaceuticals has received final approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its Abbreviated New Drug Applications (ANDAs) for rizatriptan benzoate orally disintegrating tablets.