Acid Anhydride


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Acid Anhydride

An organic compound with two acyl groups sharing the same oxygen.
Example Oxide of an organic compound, which reacts with water to form an acid.
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A heterogeneous solvent exchange acylation treatment for paper sheets with long chain fatty acid anhydride using microwave radiation is described.
The Dimensional Stabilisation of Corsican Pine Sapwood by Reaction with Carboxylic Acid Anhydrides.
The infrared technique employed also allowed for the quantitative analysis of the compound types absorbing in the carbonyl region of the IR spectra including carboxylic acids, dicarboxylic acid anhydrides, 2-quinolone type.
Chemical properties related to the carboxyl group: Introduction; Hydrolysis; Esterification; Acid chlorides, acid anhydrides and ketene dimers; Peroxy acids and esters; Long-chain alcohols; Acetals/ketlas and orthoesters; Nitrogen-containing compounds; Sulfonation and other reactions at the a-position; Barton reaction.
Synthesis of fatty acid anhydrides by reaction with dicyclohexylcarbodiimide.
Unfortunately, like many carbonic acid anhydrides, TMA can cause skin irritations and allergic effects of the respiratory systems.
Previously, heterogeneous esterification was carried out using carboxylic acid anhydrides [17, 18].