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cro·ton·ic acid (krō-tŏn′ĭk)
Either of two geometric isomers of a corrosive organic acid, C4H6O2, used in the preparation of pharmaceuticals and resins.
[From New Latin Croton, plant genus; see croton.]
crotonic acid (krəʊˈtɒnɪk)
(Elements & Compounds) a colourless crystalline insoluble unsaturated carboxylic acid produced by oxidation of crotonaldehyde and used in organic synthesis; trans-2-butenoic acid. Formula: CH3CH:CHCOOH
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crotonic acid and oligomers with a crotonate
end-group [34, 35].
The possibility of synthesis of cobaltites as high-dispersity material using the respective metal cobalt crotonate
hydrazinate as precursors is studied in the present paper.
Besides co-culture with methanogens, most SPOB can grow on special substrates in pure culture, such as pyruvate, fumarate, and crotonate
(Nilsen et al.