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carboxylic

[¦kär‚bäk¦sil·ik]
(chemistry)
Having chemical properties resembling those of carboxylic acid.
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It can be seen from Table-5 that the hydrolyzate obtained by the use of 1% base is composed of primary amines, carboxylic acids, alcohol and phenol.
Cross-sectional TEM observation and the XPS analysis are used (see Figure 10 and 11) to check the organic carboxylic acid's effect.
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.
They also found other pyridine carboxylic acids at similar concentrations and, for the first time, found pyridine dicarboxylic acids.
The density of carboxylic groups was determined by a photoluminescence (PL) method (28), (29), described in the Supporting Information.
When only quinonic intermediates were present, and when polymerization was inhibited, the C-1 to C-6 aldehydes and carboxylic acids and the C-3 to C-6 ketones increased in concentration, and the C-1 to C-6 alcohols decreased in concentration when compared to the control sample.
The first is that carboxylic acids increase phosphate availability by changing the surrounding chemical environment via substitution reactions, whereby carboxylic acids bind preferentially with solid-phase cations (including aluminium, A1), decreasing the number of available P-sorption sites (Hue 1991; Violante et al.
1] were examined to differentiate absorbance peaks due to cellulose esterification from those indicative of triglyceride esters, carboxylic acids, and amide carbonyl groups (per the reaction of diacids in the presence of ammonium hydroxide (7)).
2] with 2-pyrazine carboxylic acid (2-PzCH), 5-methyl-2-pyrazine carboxylic acid (MPzCH) and 2, 3-pyrazine dicarboxylic acid (2, 3-PzDC[H.
Based on the legislative history of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), FDA concluded that nutrition science was the appropriate scientific context for analysis of what is an "amino acid" under Section 201(ff)(l)(D) and noted that amino acids recognized in nutrition science are alpha-amino carboxylic acids, which are constituents of proteins.
In contrast to copper metal, copper (I) oxide as well as copper (II) oxide will react with both carboxylic and hydrochloric acids.
According to researcher Neil Champness, the material, a three-dimensional network of copper, benzene, and carboxylic acid molecules, holds up to 6.