Dicarbonic - definition of dicarbonic by The Free Dictionary
|a.||1.||(Chem.) Containing two carbon residues, or two carboxyl groups or radicals; as, oxalic acid is the simplest dicarbonic acid. In the latter sense, synonymous with dicarboxylic; as, succinic acid is a dicarboxylic acid.|
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They are esters of hydroxylated methylpyrrolizidines (referred to as necine bases) and aliphatic mono- or dicarbonic
acids (referred to as necine acids) (BfR 2013).
* C4 Dicarbonic
Acids--A new approach in "drinkability." Ing.
It is a white crystalline unsaturated dicarbonic
acid in which one carboxyl group is conjugated to the methylene group.