suberic acid


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suberic acid

[sü′ber·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
HOOC(CH2)6COOH A colorless, crystalline compound that melts at 143°C, and dissolves slightly in cold water; used in organic synthesis. Also known as octanedioic acid.
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Qualitative screening showed malonic, succinic, adipic, and suberic acids. The samples were detected in the water-soluble fraction of the aerosol, which was obtained by a commercial microfibre filter.
In our previous work [10], N,N'-bis(benzoyl) suberic acid dihydrazide as heterogeneous nucleation agent can significantly improve the crystallization of PLLA.
Compounds Characteristic ions Retention time (m/z) (min.) Methylmalonic acid 147,218,247,262 10.18 Ethylmalonic acid 147,261,232 12.55 Methylsuccinic acid 147,217,261,186 14.21 Lactic acid 191,219,291,117 16.93 Adipic acid 111,147,172,275 21.16 Methyladipic acid 125,173,289 22.26 Suberic acid 169,187,303 28.23 HVA 179,209,267,326 30.86 Azelaic acid 201,317 31.65 Hippuric acid 206,308,105 32.08 Citric acid 215,273,211 33.00 Sebacic acid 149,215,331 34.82 Vanillylmandelic 297,371,399 34.93 acid Stearic acid 341,145,201,129 44.47 Quantitative ions are underlined.