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relating to or containing the carboxyl group or carboxyl radical

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Or ganic carboxylic acid, which is in the normal passivation solution, is selected for the chelating agent in consideration of the deposit of the passivation layer.
Therefore, the removal of carboxylic acid in water brings much public attention (Dong et al.
In 2001 a team led by Sandra Pizzarello of Arizona State University, in Tempe discovered it along with related molecules called pyridine carboxylic acids in the Tagish Lake meteorite.
The exposure of a PDMS surface to narrow band excimer radiation (UV modification) under a continuous purge of nitrogen is a simple one step technique that results in the formation of negatively charged carboxylic acids on the surface.
I, different numbers of carboxylic groups were added on MWCNTs by refluxing in 68% HNO3 (Merck) for 1-9 h (denoted as "n-CNT", where n is the time of acid treatment).
The C-1 to C-6 aldehydes and carboxylic acids and the C-3 to C-6 ketones decreased in concentration, when compared to the control and polymerization-inhibited juices.
Previous work has identified that those compounds containing a carboxylic acid group (-COOH, e.
The 2013 release of the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) includes improvements in a variety of areas including new ingredient identifiers from the FDA, a redesign of the Carboxylic Acids tree structure and new terms from the disease portion of the Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man (OMIM).
Cyclic anhydride and protonated amide functional groups were identified as reaction intermediates, which resulted in carboxylic ester linkages between MSO and cellulose upon elevated temperature curing.
Pyrazine carboxylic acids have been found on the basis of the reported x-ray molecular structures to be interesting and versatile ligands [1-9].
According to FDA, for the purposes of Section 201(ff)(l)(D) of the FD&C Act, the term "amino acid" refers to an "alpha-amino carboxylic acid used as a constituent of proteins or peptides.
Opening chapters discuss reaction of alcohols with carboxylic acids and their derivatives, use of tin and other metal alkoxides, conversion of carboxylic acids into esters without use of alcohols, and the ester interchange reaction.
In the absence of oxygen, carboxylic acids present due to hydrolysis of the polyolester (POE) oils or oxidation of any type oil will not react with copper even in the presence of water (Field and Henderson 1998).
It prevents the premature oxidation of unsaturated fatty acid esters in biodiesel and thus the formation of highly volatile compounds and corrosive carboxylic acids.