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dicarboxylic acid

 [di-kahr-bok-sil´ik]
any of various organic acids that contain two carboxyl groups, such as oxalic acid and tartaric acid.

dicarboxylic acid

[dī′kär·bok·sil′ik as′id]
any of various organic acids that contain two carboxyl (COOH) groups, such as oxalic acid and tartaric acid.

dicarboxylic acid

an organic acid containing two carboxyl (- COOH) groups.

dicarboxylic acid

any organic molecule containing two carboxyl groups.
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Kawamura K, Ikushima K (1993) Seasonal changes in the distribution of dicarboxylic acids in the urban atmosphere.
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