dicarboxylic acid


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dicarboxylic acid

[dī¦kär·bäk¦sil·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
A compound with two carboxyl groups.
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As a result, a series of new high-molecular-weight 1,2,3-triazole ring-containing aliphatic "click" PEs on the basis of nontoxic building blocks, fatty diols and dicarboxylic acids, were obtained.
Shi, "Synthesis, characterization and fluorescence properties of novel pyridine dicarboxylic acid derivatives and corresponding Tb(III) complexes," Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, vol.
LC-MS GC-MS Retention Chemical names Retention Chemical names time/min time/min 4.5 2,6-Naphthalene 2.67 Ethylene glycol dicarboxylic acid 3.9 Phthalic acid 4.39 Diethylene glycol
5-hydroxymethyl-2furancarboxylic acid (HFCA), 5-formyl-2-furan carboxylic acid (FFCA), 2,5-Furan dicarboxylic acid (FDCA) and 2,5-dihydroxymethylfurfural (DHMF).
Reinhard, "Electrochemical characterisation of the ability of dicarboxylic acid salts to the corrosion inhibition of mild steel in aqueous solutions," Corrosion Science, vol.
Azelaic Acid (20%): It is a naturally occurring dicarboxylic acid which acts by anti- tyrosinase activity.
In fact, for the most recent NHANES survey (2011-2012), scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are beginning to release population-level data for the urinary metabolite of 1,2-cyclohexane dicarboxylic acid diisononyl ester (DINCH), a nonphthalate plasticizer that is used as a replacement for some of the high-molecular-weight phthalates (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2013).
In this account, 9,17-octadecadienal (Z)-, an unsaturated aldehyde (peak area: 21.77%) (Figure 4(e)), n-hexadecanoic acid, a palmitic acid (peak area: 21.75%) (Figure 4(f)), phthalic acid, di(2-propylpentyl) ester, a dicarboxylic acid ester (peak area: 9.48%), and 9,12-octadecadienoic acid (Z,Z)-, a linolenic acid (peak area: 9.35%) were the major phytochemicals on the basis of quantity.
3,3-Diaminobenzidine and pyridine-2,5- dicarboxylic acid were subjected for reaction in a flask and then polyphosphoric acid in the presence of nitrogen atmosphere was added and heated up to 220[degrees]C for 30 hours.
This study revealed that a tricarboxylic acid (citric acid) is a stronger extraction agent than oxalic acid (a dicarboxylic acid).
He proposed that 2-propylmyristic acid is oxidized from [omega]-methyl terminal by [omega]-oxidation because the substitution at the 2([alpha])-carbon atom hinders the usual [beta]-oxidation: the resulting dicarboxylic acid is [beta]-oxidized (unilateral oxidation) from the unsubstituted end 4 times leaving the substituted adipic acid.