decarboxylation


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de·car·box·yl·a·tion

 (dē′kär-bŏk′sə-lā′shən)
n.
Removal of a carboxyl group from a chemical compound, usually with hydrogen replacing it.

decarboxylation

(ˌdiːkɑːˌbɒksɪˈleɪʃən)
n
(Biochemistry) the removal or loss of a carboxyl group from an organic compound
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Noun1.decarboxylation - the process of removing a carboxyl group from a chemical compound (usually replacing it with hydrogen)
chemical action, chemical change, chemical process - (chemistry) any process determined by the atomic and molecular composition and structure of the substances involved
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2] is a common product of the thermal treatment of organic matter, while its high amounts are typically produced upon the generation of hydrocarbons from the thermal cracking of kerogen, probably due to decarboxylation of organic acids and esters.
This observationled us to propose that the reaction maybe take place through the initial formation of azomethineylide 4 by decarboxylation of 5',6',7',7a'-tetrahydro-1'H-spiro-[indene-2,3'-pyrro-lo[1,2-c]oxazole]-1,1',3-trione3.
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].
Effects of phenolic compounds on adventitious root formation and oxidative decarboxylation of applied indoleacetic acid in Malus Jork 9'.
Biogenic amines are natural contaminants formed by decarboxylation of amino acids by microorganisms (Preti & Vinci, 2016).
In the case of the hydroprocessing of vegetable oils, the liquid products consist of straight chain n-alkanes with 15-20 carbons, which are formed via three different reaction pathways: decarbonylation, decarboxylation, and hydrodeoxygenation (Sotelo-boy et al.
Histamine is one of the weak known biogenic amine found in several foods such as fish products, cheese, wine, and fermented products and it is a product of microbial decarboxylation of histidine present in the foods (Bakirci et al, 2000).
Due to deficiency, there is abnormal oxidative decarboxylation of branch chain amino acids like leucine, isoleucine and valine.
1,11) Positive PYR reaction and ornithine decarboxylation testing further differentiates S.
Thus, the formation of carbon dioxide and other decarboxylation products is observed.
L-arginine carboxylase (ADC), found only in nonmammals, catalyzes a reaction of decarboxylation of L-arginine to agmatine [72,75].
Ketosis (ketonemia and ketonuria) is a metabolic disorder in dairy animals caused by impaired metabolism of carbohydrate and volatile fatty acids leading to excessive production of ketone bodies: Acetoacetic acid, beta-hydroxybutyric acid and their decarboxylation products such as acetone and isopropanol (Radostits et al.