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carboxylic

[¦kär‚bäk¦sil·ik]
(chemistry)
Having chemical properties resembling those of carboxylic acid.
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Upon the commercial launch by the end of 2021, the company's new plant will double the current production capacity for isononanoic acid as well as increase the total production capacity for carboxylic acids by more than 30%.
Therefore, heterocyclic/homocyclic compounds have huge potentials in development novel carboxylic acid amide fungicides.
Characterization of Carboxylic and Amide Functionalization of CNT.
Or ganic carboxylic acid, which is in the normal passivation solution, is selected for the chelating agent in consideration of the deposit of the passivation layer.
Carboxylic acids are used in various industries for the production of various types of compounds; hence, these are present in wastewater generated in these industries.
This coffee boasts one of the lowest contents of carboxylic acid in its segment.
In the final reaction step, the primary alcohol was selectively oxidized to the corresponding carboxylic acid using BAIB-TEMPO oxidation conditions in yields of 82%.
He pays most attention to acyclic amino acids of C3-C10, and includes aminoalkanoic carboxylic acids, aminoalkenoic acids, and aminoalkynoic acids.
I, different numbers of carboxylic groups were added on MWCNTs by refluxing in 68% HNO3 (Merck) for 1-9 h (denoted as "n-CNT", where n is the time of acid treatment).
The C-1 to C-6 aldehydes and carboxylic acids and the C-3 to C-6 ketones decreased in concentration, when compared to the control and polymerization-inhibited juices.
It can be seen from IR analysis that in comparison to hydrolyzate obtained by 1% base, it contains imines and aldehydes in addition to primary amines, carboxylic acids, alcohol and phenol.
The nanoparticles are ferromagnetic, ferrimagnetic, antiferrimagnetic, and/or graphene functionalized with hydroxyl, amine, carboxylic acid, mercapto, isocyanate, and acrylate groups.