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In the work represented here, we modified the cotton fabric with pure and 1% silver doped titania nanoparticles using succinic acid as a cross linking agent and investigated the biocidal activity and durability of this fabric.
The Rocha/EMC and Abbe Fetel/EMC combinations exhibited partial discontinuity in the bark and xylem vessels tissues between the cultivars and rootstocks based on the accumulation of succinic acid staining in the graft union region (Figure 1).
com)-- ReportsandReports Announce it Will Carry Production and Market of Succinic Acid in China- The Fourth Edition Market Research Report in its Store.
There is tremendous scope for succinic acid in the Asia-Pacific market due to the growth of China's economy and rapid industrialization in the region.
This is largely due to higher consumption of bio succinic acid in the production of BDO, as a replacement of maleic anhydride.
Succinic acid is a chemical building block used in a variety of biodegradable and non-biodegradable plastics.
Jim Millis, BioAmber's Chief Technology Officer, said, 'BioAmber has successfully combined biotechnology and chemistry to develop a sustainable, cost-competitive process for making succinic acid and derivatives that include butanediol.
For example, BioAmber, a sustainable chemical company in Sarnia produces plant-derived succinic acid and is able to achieve a 100 per cent reduction in GHGs over conventional methods.
Our plant in Lake Providence is ramping up production capacity while ensuring that our product meets the quality requirements in the market," said Alif Saleh, senior vice president of the Succinic Acid Business Unit at Myriant.
Biotechnology company BioAmber Inc (NYSE:BIOA)(EURONEXT Paris:BIOA) reported on Wednesday the receipt of a CAD10m interest free loan for its 30,000 MT succinic acid plant that is currently under construction in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.