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diester

(daɪˈɛstə)
n
a compound that contains two ester groups, often used in synthetic lubricants for machinery such as compressors
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The real question is what is the synthetic base stock, PAG, Diester, PAO?
A natural sugar-borate ester, CF is a source of soluble boron, biologically active at the intracellular level as free boric acid and at the extracellular level as fructose borate, diester, and monoester.
TDF is an antiviral pro-drug acyclic nucleotide diester analog of adenosine monophosphate; the active drug is tenofovir-diphosphate.
31]P nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) analysis indicated preferential mineralisation of organic P with diester linkages over organic P with monoester linkages (Tate and Newman 1982; Hawkes et al.
The largest number of proteins were associated with the cytoplasm, including histone proteins, citrate synthase, elongation-factor-1-[alpha], cyclophilin, calreticulin, luminal-binding protein 4, a probable glycerophosphoryl diester phosphodiesterase, polyubiquitin, peptidyl-prolyl cis-trans isomerase, BIP isoform A, and granule bound starch synthase.
2) The most controversial member of the consortium, as noted already by Diester (2009, page 130), was Huta AG, which was known to have built the crematoria at Auschwitz--Birkenau.
The transesterification process will form trimethyolpropane monoesters (TMPME) and trimethylolpropane diester (TMPDE) as intermediate results, and trimethylolpropane triester (TMPTE) as main product.
miyamotoi glycerophosphoryl diester phosphodiesterase (G1pQ) was used for serologic testing.
Electrawinds holds a 20% stake in the new business, while Sofiproteol's Diester Industrie controls the entity with a 60% interest.
Electrawinds holds a 20% stake in the new business, while Sofiproteola[euro](tm)s Diester Industrie controls the entity with a 60% interest.
Gilja V, Chestek CA, Diester I, Henderson JM, Deisseroth K, Shenoy KV.