Gluconic


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Related to Gluconic: gluconic acid sodium salt
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gluconique
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The solubilisation activity is mostly related to the production of organic anions, so the production of Gluconic acid was confirmed by HPLC.
The acid is different from the chelating agent and is selected from the group consisting of glycolic acid, citric acid, lactic acid, formic acid, acetic acid, propionic acid, butyric acid, valeric acid, caproic acid, gluconic acid, itaconic acid, trichloroacetic acid, benzoic acid, urea hydrochloride, and combinations thereof.
Jungbunzlauer offers a range of fermentation-based ingredients, such as organic acids (citric, gluconic, and lactic acid), the stabilizer xanthan gum and the sweetener erythritol, which are produced from basic carbohydrates.
As the global leader in natural ingredients built off its core strengths in citric, lactic and gluconic acids, and xanthan gums, Jungbunzlauer has been committed to sustainability for 150 years.
gluconic, citric [9] which reduces pH which solubilizes calcium phosphate and hence facilitates P availability to plants [10].
15] investigated the leaching kinetics of calcined magnesite in gluconic acid solutions and it was found that the dissolution rate was controlled by chemical reaction.
However, due to environmental & ecological effects of EDTA, NTA & other classical chelating agents, consumers are shifting their focus towards biodegradable chelating agents such as gluconic acid & glucoheptonic acids.
In presense of molecular oxygen, GOx catalyses the oxidation of glucose into gluconic acid and hydrogen peroxide as in the reaction as given below:
It is usually insoluble in water thus it has to be formulated with either gluconic or acetic acid to create watersoluble digluconate or diacetate salts.
The above behavior suggests the synthesis of other compounds such as non-precipitating levan, cited by Viikari (1984), sorbitol, acetic acid, lactate, acetaldehyde, glycerol, acetoin, di-hydroxy-ketone, mannitol and gluconic acid (Ernandes & Garcia-Cruz, 2011; Madigan, Martinko, Dunlap, & Clark, 2010).
Metabolomics analysis identified increased levels of 3,7,12-trihydroxycoprostane, cis-gondoic acid, gluconic lactone, methyl jasmonate, and heptadecanoic acid.