maleic acid


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a colorless crystalline compound found in unripe fruit (such as apples or tomatoes or cherries) and used mainly to make polyester resins

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After maintaining the temperature at 10 AdegC, maleic acid (1.25 g) was added to it.
Moisture insensitive primers consist of hydrophilic components, such as HEMA and maleic acid that works efficiently even in moist conditions.7,8 The aim of current in-vitro study was to compare the mean shear bond strength of orthodontic metal brackets cured with two types of primers.
Maleic acid was also used for the preparation of CNCs and the pretreatment of cellulose [95-98].
Likewise, a comparison of the pK of soil P-binding reactions with Ca, Fe, and Al ions versus the pK of chelation reactions of Ca, Fe, and Al ions with maleic acid and itaconic acid would indicate whether maleic-itaconic acid copolymer could prevent the P-precipitation reactions.
ACIDS: Maleic acid, citric acid, poly acrylic acid, HEBP.
Evaluation of scotchbond multipurpose and maleic acid as alternative methods of bonding orthodontic brackets.
Thereafter, membranes were successively washed with 2x SSC containing 0.1% SDS (2x for 5min at room temperature), 0.1x SSC with 0.1% SDS (2x for 15min at 60[degrees]C) and maleic buffer (0.1M maleic acid, 0.15 M NaCl, pH 7.5) containing 0.3% Tween 20 (1x for 10min at room temperature).
The most promising formaldehyde free reagents nevertheless the polycarboxylic acids are 1234 BTCA and polymers of maleic acid. Predominantly 1234 BTCA is high cost than Polymaleic acid so commercial application is an intricate.
Maleic acid (MA) is a nontoxic and biodegradable hydrophilic substance which is used as a type of food additive in processing industry.
The effects of diets (i.e., high fibre, HF and high concentrate, HC) supplemented with either fumaric acid (FUM; 8 mmol/L) or maleic acid (MAL; 8 mmol/L) and different plant oils (35.0 g/kg dry matter; sunflower, SO; rapeseed, RO; and linseed, LO) on rumen sheep fatty acids (FA) concentration and biohydrogenation (BH) in batch cultures were examined.
On June 6, the FDA banned 15 food products from Taiwan that were found to contain maleic acid. The agency said the move was aimed at protecting the public from food items that could be harmful to their health.
MANILA -- The Philippine ban on 15 Taiwanese products contaminated with maleic acid has nothing to do with the May 9 fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman, Malacanang said Monday.
In July 2012, the FDA released the results of tests it has conducted looking for salmonella, heavy metals, furans, pesticides, antibiotics, mycotoxins, rodenticides, nephrotoxins (such as aristolochic acid, maleic acid, paraquat, ethylene glycol, diethylene glycol, toxic hydrocarbons, melamine, and related triazines), and other chemicals and poisonous compounds.
A 250-[micro]L aliquot of EDTA plasma or Bio-Rad control was mixed with 25 [micro]L generation cocktail (0.275 mol/L maleic acid, pH 1.2, 5 mmol/L AEBSF, 45 nmol/L DS).