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carboxylic acid

 [kahr-bok-sil´ik]
an organic compound containing the carboxy group (-COOH), which is weakly ionized in solution forming a carboxylate ion (-COO).

car·box·yl·ic ac·id

(kar-bok'sil-ik as'id),
An organic acid with a carboxyl group. Compare: carboxyl.

carboxylic acid

[kär′bok·sil′ik as′id]
any of a group of organic acids containing the carboxyl radical M-COOH, including amino acids and fatty acids.

carboxylic acid

An organic acid with one or more functional –COOH side chains (carboyxl groups).

carboxylic acid

an organic compound containing the carboxy group (−COOH), which is weakly ionized in solution forming a carboxylate ion (−COO−).
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Further, Carboxylic group functionalized CNTs (200mg) were dispersed into above prepared solution by keeping continuous stirring for another 10 minutes.
The contents of carboxylic groups in the samples were estimated empirically from the Q (the sample charge) v.
It may be concluded that to obtain latexes with a high wet scrub resistance, information about the distribution of carboxylic groups is generally needed to tune the synthesis procedure, and that for this system, a concentration of 0.
Similar experiments have been carried out with a solventborne PUA coating with the same chemical structure, but without the carboxylic groups.
The density of carboxylic groups was determined by a photoluminescence (PL) method (28), (29), described in the Supporting Information.
This increase in the presence of carboxylic groups on the surfaces of carboxymethylated arabinoxylan in comparison with the nonmodified sample as well as in comparison with the carboxymethylated glucuronoxylan film was quite remarkable.
XPS studies confirmed the presence of carboxylic groups on the modified carbon black surface.
Their method uses a two-step process--ring-opening polymerization and hydrolysis--to create a crosslinked polymer backbone with carboxylic groups that gives the hydrogel its unique properties.
two adjacent carboxylic groups fixed on polyacrylic acid, they are very close to each other and can built bidentates complexes with some multivalent cation in addition to monodentate complexes [11].
NBR offers good resistance to fuels, fats, and oils, Sunigum is a precrosslinked acrylate terpolymer with functional carboxylic groups that make it compatible with a wide range of polar resins, including PVC, CPE, TPU, ABS, copolyester TPEs, EVA and EMA.
This is attributed to the rich carboxylic groups and unique sulfonic groups in the BCTMP fibers.