gluconic acid


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gluconic acid

n
(Chemistry) chem an acid that occurs naturally in fruit and wine. Formula C6H12O7

glu•con′ic ac′id

(gluˈkɒn ɪk)
n.
a colorless, water-soluble acid, C6H12O7, obtained by the oxidation of glucose, used commercially in a 50-percent solution for cleaning metals.
[1870–75]
Translations
Gluconsäure
acide gluconique
glukoninsav
グルコン酸
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The enzymes then converted the glucose into gluconic acid, consuming oxygen all the while.
The acetic acid bacteria also utilize glucose to produce gluconic acid to approximately 2%.
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Each nanoparticle contains spheres of dextran loaded with an enzyme that converts glucose into gluconic acid.
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However, in sucrose medium, it synthesizes several products such as sorbitol, gluconic acid, levan and fructo-oligosaccharide (VIIKARI, 1984).
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A variety of compounds with bioactivity, such as catechins, gluconic acid and coutaric acid, were identified.
Glucose oxidase, incorporated into suitable coating materials that are applied on lenses or optical fibers, is used to catalyze oxidization of glucose to gluconic acid in the presence of oxygen.