dibasic acid


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dibasic acid

[dī′bās·ik ′as·əd]
(chemistry)
An acid having two hydrogen atoms capable of replacement by two basic atoms or radicals.
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This unique physical quality drives interest in the durability of resins developed with cyclohexyl dibasic acids, especially in the area of hydrolytic resistance.
The epoxide functional group in veronia oil is typically cross-linked with such dibasic acids as sebacic acid, to form crosslinked polyesters.
Table 4-principal compounds used in manufacture of esters Organic acids Monobasic acids Dibasic acids Tribasic acids Oleic Phthalic anhydride Trimellitic anhydride Stearic Adipic acid Citric acid Benzoic Sebacic acid Pelargonic Azelaic acid Glutaric acid Organic alcohols Monohydric Dihydric Trihydric 2-Ethylhexanol Propylene glycol Glycerol Isodecanol 1,3 butandiol Trimethylolpropane 6-10 linear alcohols 1,4 butandiol Benzyl alcohol Isononyl alcohol
The American chemist Wallace Carothers has discovered in the late 1920s that reactions between dibasic acids and diols produce molecules with a high molecular weight (1).
In the early 1990s, cyclohexyl dibasic acids were proposed as replacements for the aromatic dibasic acids.