The others segment includes palmitic acids, stearic acids, and maleic acid
, which hold less than one-fourth of the global market share.
Tenders are invited for maleic acid
with 18 more items
salicylic acid, nicotinamide (NIC), glutaric acid, malonic acid, benzoic acid, tartaric acid, oxalic acid, citric acid, urea, succinic acid, saccharine sodium, Pluronic 68 AR, magnesium stearate, crotonic acid, P-hydroxy benzoic acid, caffeine, 3,5 dihydroxy benzoic acid, piperazine citrate, cinnamic acid, adipic acid, hydroquinone, isonicotinic acid, acetamide, maleic acid
, and ascorbic acid.
The polymer is esterified on one of the maleic acid
portion of the polymer resulting in a half-ester anionic polymer.
After maintaining the temperature below 10 AdegC, maleic acid
(12.5 g) was added.
'Food safety crises among them, milk found tainted with melamine in China, the use of maleic acid
in producing bubble tea, baby formula manufactured in New Zealand contaminated with clostridium botulinum, have sparked global concern,' he said at a ceremony to hand over the letter of award for the NCFS project here today.
Modern orthodontic bonding has evolved through different phases.5 The conventional primers consist of bis-phenol A glycidal methacrylate (Bisgma) resins, which are hydrophobic in nature,6 while moisture insensitive primers consists of hydrophilic components, such as hydroxyethyl methacrylate (HEMA) and maleic acid
dissolved in acetone,7,8 that works efficiently even in moist conditions.
Key metabolites: 1, leucine; 2, valine; 3, threonine; 4, alanine; 5, lysine; 6, acetic acid; 7, proline; 8, 4-hydroxyisoleucine; 9, succinic acid; 10, malic acid; 11, asparagine; 12, choline; 13, phosphorylcholine; 14, betaine; 15, sucrose; 16, [beta]-glucose; 17, vasicine; 18, [alpha]-glucose; 19, maleic acid
; 20, harmine; 21, harmaline; 22, vasicinone; 23, formic acid.
The advantages of using dicarboxylic acid for the preparation of NCs are that (1) carboxyl groups are introduced on the surface of CNCs and CNFs, as ester group could have been formed by the reaction of dicarboxylic acids with cellulose ; (2) solid dicarboxylic acid (e.g., oxalate and maleic acid
) is of low corrosion to equipment and could be fully recovered by using crystallization technology; (3) the resultant CNCs and CNFs are thermally stable which is beneficial for the manufacture of composite.
The study considered the negative equilibrium constants (pK) of various reactions including chelation of cations by maleic acid
and itaconic acid versus the P-precipitation reactions between P and the cations in soils.
Dhirendra Kumar, "Maleic acid
grafted low density polyethylene for thermally sprayable anticorrosive coatings)," Progress in Organic Coatings, vol.
They are based on either maleic acid
esters of tall oil rosins or, much less frequently, gum rosins or hydrocarbon resins.