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2-Five organic acids were found in the whole fruit and in the fractions of the two jabuticaba genotypes in quantitative order: citric acid > succinic acid > malic acid > oxalic acid > acetic acid.
On the other hand, the applicability of this method to plasma was not investigated, low-end sensitivity was not established (the lowest calibration point was equivalent to 0.8 [micro]mol/L), and there was no indication of whether succinic acid could interfere in the determination of MMA.
Organic acid contents reported in the literature are 3.6-5.4 g kg-1 for malic, 2.5-3.7 g kg-1 for citric, 0.1-1.4 g kg-1 quinic and 0.3-0.4 g kg-1 succinic acid for three peach cultivars grown in Italy (Versari et al.
Organic acid Correlation coefficient LOD (1) LOQ (2) (R (2)) (mg/kg) (mg/kg) Oxalic acid 0.99986 4.447 13.475 Citric acid 0.99978 1.136 3.442 Tartaric acid 0.99985 1.759 5.329 Malic acid 0.99972 1.683 5.101 Succinic acid 0.99955 1.321 4.003 Lactic acid 0.99958 1.503 4.555 Fumaric acid 0.99915 1.309 3.967 Acetic acid 0.99880 0.806 2.442 Organic acid Recovery (3) CV (4) (%) (%) Oxalic acid 97.55 0.53 Citric acid 91.60 0.54 Tartaric acid 100.99 0.37 Malic acid 107.21 1.29 Succinic acid 109.81 1.26 Lactic acid 93.35 0.81 Fumaric acid 90.12 0.72 Acetic acid 97.55 1.99 (1) Limit of detection.
"Increasing demand from polyurethanes, plastics, and food packaging driving the global succinic acid market"
Mannitol [molecular weight ([M.sub.w]) = 182.17 g [mol.sup.-1], melting temperature ([T.sub.m]) = 165[degrees]C], CA ([M.sub.w] = 192.12 g [mol.sup.-1], [T.sub.m] = 153[degrees]C), sebacic acid (SA; [M.sub.w] = 202.25 g [mol.sup.-1], [T.sub.m] = 135[degrees]C), adipic acid (AA; [M.sub.w] = 146.14 g [mol.sup.-1], [T.sub.m] = 151[degrees]C), and succinic acid (SuA; [M.sub.w] = 118.1 g [mol.sup.-1] [T.sub.m] = 185[degrees]C) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich and used without any further purification.
Succinic acid, while a more specialized monomer for coatings applications, can be used for the production of surfactants and biodegradable polymers and solvents and can also be used in the synthesis of various additives and resins.
Dallas, TX, June 05, 2010 --(PR.com)-- ReportsandReports Announce it Will Carry Production and Market of Succinic Acid in China- The Fourth Edition Market Research Report in its Store.
It is fully biodegradable and is based on succinic acid, a naturally occurring fermentation byproduct (present in wine and beer) and butanediol (based on petrochemicals).
GABA is metabolized by the successive action of GABA transaminase (GABA-T), a pyridoxal 5'-phosphate-dependent enzyme, and succinic semialdehyde dehydrogenase (SSADH), a [NAD.sup.+]-dependent enzyme, to succinic acid, which is a substrate for the tricarboxylic acid cycle (Tao et al., 2006).
Summary: [170 Pages Report] PH Control Market or Salt Market research report categorizes the global market by Product Type (Acetic Acid, Citric Acid, Malic Acid, Fumaric Acid, Lactic Acid, Tartaric Acid, Succinic Acid, Phosphoric Acid), By Application (Beverages, Convenience Food, Sauces, Dressings, and Condiments, Bakery & Confectionery, Dairy Products, Other Applications), By Function (Flavoring Agent, Preservative, Chelating agent, Buffer, Gelling Agent, Coagulating Agent), By Form (Dry, Liquid), & by Region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Japan, APEJ, MEA).
Some of the components of apple cider vinegar, like lactic acid, acetic acid, citric acid and succinic acid, are all known to inhibit the growth of Propionibacterium acne, the major bacteria causing acne.