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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In a preliminary study (4) using a variety of dibasic acids, including hexahydrophthalic anhydride, anchimeric effects and steric effects were investigated for oligoesters.
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).
The funds raised in the financings will be used for the new bio-material program as well as to improve Cathay's long-chain dibasic acids (DC) production technology by replacing the starting raw material from the traditional alkane (petroleum product) to renewable bio-materials.
The funds raised in the financings will be partially used to improve Cathay's long chain dibasic acids (DC) production technology by replacing the starting raw material from the traditional alkane (petroleum product) to renewable bio-materials.
40) for the metallic salts of both mono- and dibasic acids.