crotonic acid


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crotonic acid

[krō′tän·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C3H5COOH An unsaturated acid, with colorless, monoclinic crystals, soluble in water; used in the preparation of synthetic resins, plasticizers, and pharmaceuticals.
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Crotonic acid assay is an easy and common spectrophotometric assay of microbial poly- hydroxybutyrate.
The amount of crotonic acid produced from PHA was calculated from the regression equation derived from known standard poly-3-hydroxybutyrate and poly-3- hydroxybutyrate-co-5 mol% 3-hydroxyvalerate, obtained from Sigma-Aldrich which hereafter called as PHB, and PHBV-S, respectively.
36 nmol of crotonic acid were produced by the isolated bacterial strains i.
11 The crotonic acid gas is captured and cooled in a condensation process adjacent to the heating chamber.
12 The resulting crotonic acid, shown here, is a key feedstock for plastics and chemical products.
The complexes formation of divalent metal ions M(II) {M= Pb, Cd and Hg} with a new copolymer based on acrylic and crotonic acids was investigated in aqueous media with NaN[O.
It deals with the synthesis of copolymer based on acrylic and crotonic acids.
The addition of sulfuric acid converts the polymer into crotonic acid.
Japan) on a PerkinElmer series 200 HPLC comprising Series 200 auto- sampler Series 200 pump nd Series 200 UV/VIS detector Absorbance of crotonic acid was measured at 214 nm.
That is the case of copolymers of vinyl esters and crotonic acid produced by bulk or solution polymerization.