succinic

succinic

(sʌkˈsɪnɪk)
adj
1. (Chemistry) of, relating to, or obtained from amber
2. (Elements & Compounds) of, consisting of, containing, or derived from succinic acid
[C18: from French succinique, from Latin succinum amber]
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Adj.1.succinic - of or relating to or obtained from amber
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This situation may be due to the fact that the leaching of magnesite in succinic acid is not an ash layer or product controlled reaction.
(14) prepared co- and ter-polyesters using isosorbide, succinic acid, and aliphatic diols.
Emma was diagnosed with the condition Succinic semialdehyde dehydrogenase deficiency at just eight months old in 2011.
[USPRwire, Mon Nov 10 2014] Bio-succinic acid is an intermediate chemical that is replacing petroleum-based succinic acid in the coming years.
The results were particularly exciting for Baltic amber and amber from the Canadian High Arctic, which showed internal crosslinking of the polymer matrix by succinic acid.
BioAmber Inc., an industrial biotechnology company producing sustainable chemicals, has signed an exclusive supply agreement for bio-based succinic acid with Xuchuan.
Myriant started .commercial production of bio-based succinic acid and Myrifilm bio based coalescing solvent in 2013.
Succinic acid is used as an intermediate chemical for a wide range of applications such as industrial, food, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.
The company has received the loan for the 30,000 MT succinic acid plant currently under construction in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
(Xi'an, China); stannous octoate and caprolactone were purchased by Sigma Corporation; succinic anhydride, tosyl chloride, and polyethylene glycol (4000) were purchased from Tianjin Guangfu Chemical Institute; 4-dimethylaminopyridine, Nhydroxysuccinimide, and N,N'-dicyclohexyl carbodiimide were purchased from GL Biochem (Shanghai) Ltd.
Instead of being positive, only 47%, 77%, and 85% of the Bulgarian strains were strongly positive to tween40, monomethyl succinate, and succinic acid, respectively.
Among specific topics are a solar automated greenhouse, valorizing by-product streams from pulp and paper manufacture for producing succinic acid, amine-containing nanoporous materials for removing carbon dioxide, the biological impact of nanoengineered surfaces, novel elecrolytes for supercapacitors, and thermodynamic availability sources from inertial energy.