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treat (a chemical compound) with carboxyl or carboxylic acid

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3+] can form inter and intramolecular complexes with carboxylate groups and hydroxide radical in hydrogels, leading to deswelling or contraction [17].
Temporary restorations cemented with carboxylate cement are less likely to fall out compared to those cemented with eugenol--based cement, even if there are small marginal voids in the temporary restoration.
The intermediate was then saponified using residual sodium hydroxide aqueous solution to produce hydrophilic carboxamide and carboxylate groups.
Oseltamivir carboxylate (OC), Tamiflu's active metabolite, is known to withstand activated sludge treatment at sewage treatment plants (STPs), but less is known about how much OC may make its way into waterways that receive STP effluent.
Prodrugs are used typically to reduce toxicity caused by functional groups such as the carboxylate ion, to alter release properties (e.
Cu(I) Oxide + Carboxylic Acid [right arrow] Cu(I) Carboxylate [unstable] + Water
Dispersants -- high carboxylate dispersant (polyacrylic acid), a range of dispersants with varying amounts of carboxylate (i.
Oseltamivir carboxylate is a widely used NI and is indicated for the treatment and prophylaxis of influenza infections in adults and children [greater than or equal to] 1 year.
EPI's additive is a fatty acid metal carboxylate that accelerates oxidation and chain scission after exposure to heat and/or uv light.
The company's calcium stearate powder is a slightly over-based, high quality calcium carboxylate of stearic (C-18) and palmitic (C-16) acids that is produced by a highly intensive fusion process.
The formation of aluminum carboxylate linkages between pulp fibers in the dried handsheets probably has an additive effect on the wet tensile strength improvement.
Carboxylate containing pyridyl ligands, which have the characteristics of both the pyridyl donor group and the carboxylate group, have received increasing interests in the synthesis of new inorganic-organic materials.
These methods involve the simultaneous quantification of the lactone and carboxylate forms (27, 29, 32, 37) or quantification of the total forms, i.
R4 and R5 are independently a C1-C6 alkanediyl unit and X is COOH or a carboxylate group in the form of sales with an alkali metal ion or an ammonium ion.
It offers customers the ability to deal proactively with the potential hazard classification of cobalt carboxylate.