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noun age, alternation, circle, circuit, consecution, course, eon, epoch, era, flow, period, recurrence, recurring period, regular return, regglarity of recurrence, repetitiveness, revolution, rotation, round, sequence, succession
See also: annum, frequency, life, sequence, succession
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Coating of titania nanoparticle on cotton textile was done through succinic acid (Panreac Sintesis) and sodium dihydrogen phosphate (Honeywell).
The high vigor cultivars were probably attributable to various factors; for instance, the EMC rootstock allowed less succinic acid stain deposit at the graft union region due to high connectivity among xylem conducted vessels (Table 1), because of partial compatibility in the graft union region.
The key drivers for the succinic acid market in this application segment are the increasing disposable income, changing consumer lifestyles, increased use of plastics, and the growing packaging industry.
304 mol) of 1,4-butanediol and succinic acid (catalyzed using 0.
No studies have been found concerning the parametric cumulative effects on the kinetics of ore of magnesite with succinic acid solutions.
Isosorbide was purchased from Roquette Freres, bio-based succinic acid from Myriant Corp.
Myriant Bio-succinic acid can replace existing petroleum-based succinic acid in current applications and can be used in new applications to give products with .
Urinary organic acid information of the patient Urinary organic Values of the Normal acids patient values Adipic acid 6 mg/g creatinine < 140 mg/g creatinine Succinic acid 148 mg/g creatinine < 350 mg/g creatinine Glutaric acid 6 mg/g creatinine < 60 mg/g creatinine Glycolic acid 4 mg/g creatinine < 130 mg/g creatinine 4-OH phenylacetic acid 33 mg/g creatinine < 250 mg/g creatinine Metylmalonic acid 4 mg/g creatinine < 50 mg/g creatinine 3-OH butiric acid 324 mg/g creatinine < 50 mg/g creatinine Lactic acid 460 mg/g creatinine < 220 mg/g creatinine Oxalic acid 67 mg/g creatinine < 40 mg/g creatinine Fumaric acid 2330 mg/g creatinine < 100 mg/g creatinine
The company has received the loan for the 30,000 MT succinic acid plant currently under construction in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
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.
5 October 2012 - German chemical group BASF SE (ETR:BAS) on Friday said it was setting up a 50/50 joint venture to produce and sell bio-based succinic acid together with Purac, a unit of Dutch CSM NV (AMS:CSM).