[UKPRwire, Sat Aug 10 2019] The pharmaceutical sector is primarily expected to drive the phthalimide market over the forecast period." Phthalimide Market: Introduction Phthalimide are best described as imides of phthalic acid
. Phthalimide have applications such as herbicides, insecticides, antipsychotics and anti-inflammatory agents.
Circular flooring aims to enable circular use of plasticized pvc (pvc-p) from waste flooring by developing recycling processes that eliminate plasticizers including hazardous phthalic acid
Sanchez-Polo, Environmental Impact of Phthalic Acid
Esters and Their Removal from Water and Sediments by Different Technologies-A Review, J.
It is a commercial form of phthalic acid
. The compound is soluble in carbon disulfide alcohol, benzene, hot water, and is slightly soluble in water.
El Ouardi et al., "Modeling of photocatalytic mineralization of phthalic acid
in Ti[O.sub.2] suspension using response surface methodology (RSM)," Desalination and Water Treatment, vol.
So, we planned to synthesize the N-aryl phthalimides from phthalic acid
and aryl amines and evaluate them biologically to find out the novel lead candidates.
Seeharaj, "Colorimetric detection of glutathione based on phthalic acid
assisted synthesis of silver nanoparticles," Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, vol.
 Chemicals used in cosmetics as preservatives or solubilizes as fragrances, colorants, and UV-protection are mostly non-persistent, but traces persist such as toxic metal lead (Pb), butyl phthalic acid
(BPA), musk xylene, siloxane D5, triclosan, UV-filter isotiazoliner 4-methylbenzylidene camphor, and methylbenzene, which were reported to be the main causes of some cancers including the melanoma.
Additionally, the solution of soluble solid was found to contain 2,6-NDA and phthalic acid
esters (PAEs) are a class of refractory organic plasticizer compounds that are widely utilized as additives and plasticizers in a variety of polymeric products, including paints, cosmetics, and flexible plastics, such as plastic toys and containers [1-3].
Major portion of PTA wastewater comprises of benzoic acid (BA), phthalic acid
(PA), p-toluic acid (p-Tol), 4-carboxybenzaldehyde (4-CBA), and terephthalic acid (TA) with minor concentrations of the p-xylene, methyl acetate and 4-formylbenzoic acid (Kleerebezem et al., 1999).
Phthalates are phthalic acid
esters (PAEs) and are widely used as plasticizers in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastics that make consumer products.1 PAEs are wid-ely used to make PVC plastics flexible, transparent and durable, which are then used in a wide range of pro-ducts including toys, clothing, building material, pain-ts, curtains, wall papers, food packaging, plastic wraps and medical equipment e.g.