dialdehyde

dialdehyde

[dī′al·də‚hīd]
(organic chemistry)
A molecule that has two aldehyde groups, such as dialdehyde starch.
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Estimation of product of lipid peroxidation (malonyl dialdehyde) in biochemical systems.
According to FAYEZ & BAZAID (2014), increases in [K.sup.+] absorption from soil solution may attenuate saline stress because in the plant it can contribute to reducing the production of malonic dialdehyde and to increasing the antioxidant capacity.
The Ac Ac group of AAEM is known to react readily with dialdehyde crosslinking agents [9] such as glutaraldehyde (GTA, Fig.
The concentration of the end products such as malonic dialdehyde (MDA) and other possible thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) was then measured by colorimetric methods [27, 28] using reagents and kits from Cayman Chemical (MC, USA).
It is a dialdehyde whose aldehydic groups are highly reactive and can form covalent bonds with functional groups such as primary a mine by Schiff base suggesting that the conjugated aldehyde moieties in the polymers yield more stable reaction products [29-31].
Chauhan, "Crosslinked cellulose dialdehyde for Congo red removal from its aqueous solutions," Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, vol.
Results were calculated using the standard calibration curve based on the concentration of malonic dialdehyde (1,1,3,3-tetramethoxypropane) and expressed as mg MDA per kg of meat.
Caption: Figure 1 : Synthetic scheme of dialdehyde modification of dextran and hydrogel formation mechanism via the Schiff-base linkage with glycol chitosan
In contrast, with alginate dialdehyde, the oxidized form of alginate, there has been no study investigating the possible effects on female reproduction (3).
Summary: This study presents synthesis of new polythioamides prepared from dialdehyde, [4,4'-methylene bis(cinnamaldehyde)] (MBC) with ethylenediamine, 1,3-propylenediamine, semicarbazide, thiosemicarbazide and meso-stilbenediamine, in the presence of elemental sulfur by Willgeordt Kindler reaction.