phthalic acid

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a colorless acid used to make dyes and perfumes

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In addition, the decarboxylation reaction of 2,6-NDA can form naphthalene [39,40], which can be oxidized to form phthalic anhydride [41,42] and produced the observed phthalic acid by hydrolysis [39,43].
Both BPA and phthalic acid esters are well known to possess oestrogenic activity albeit be it weak and have the potential for endocrine disruption due to their ability to interact with endogenous oestrogen hormone receptors.
phthalates metabolites, are determined because the level of monoesters is higher than the level of diesters of phthalic acid, and the contamination of the sample by ubiquitous diesters during the collection, storage and analysis itself is avoided [18].
The phthalic acid, 1,2-benzenedicarboxylic acid, bis(2-methylpropyl) ester, is used in the preparation of perfumes and cosmetics.
The primary complex, metal phthalate was prepared by mixing of suspension of phthalic acid (1.
Several studies of phthalic acid esters (phthalates) used as plasticizers in numerous consumer products and building materials reveal phthalate exposure among residents in industrialized countries.
Phthalic Acid Esters (PAEs), commonly known as phthalates, are widely used as additives in polymer manufacture as plasticizers.
Comments: Heucorin FR is zinc salt of phthalic acid that combines the properties of a high performance organic corrosion and a highly effective flash/early rust inhibitor.
25-35] (15 [micro]M) for 48h in the presence or absence of AS extract (50-500 [micro]g/ml), FA (2-40 [micro]g/ml), phthalic acid (20[micro]g/ml), coumaric acid (20[micro]g/ml), and nicotinic acid (20[micro]g/ml).
The copolyester consists of repeat units of one or more aliphatic dicarboxylic acids, one or more aromatic dicarboxylic acids selected from the group consisting of terephthaliic acid, isophthalic acid and phthalic acid, and a stoichiometric amount of a glycol component consisting of one or more glycols selected from the group consisting of aliphatic glycols and cycloaliphatic glycols.
in Osaka, Japan, developed the first compounds known as benzenedicarboxamides or phthalic acid diamides.
The following year, he showed that phthalic acid dehydrated easily on heating to give an anhydride (acide naphthalique anhydre); and discovered hydrobenzamide by reacting benzaldehyde with ammonia [3].