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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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2C&2D, showed the presence of carboxylic groups on MWCNTs Graphene surfaces which confirms the drug, Ibuprofen[Carboxylic group].
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w] value of the obtained copolymer sample, for similar urea contents, as urea molecules can also provoke chain crosslinking through a reaction with the carboxylic groups of the acrylic acid monomer.
I, different numbers of carboxylic groups were added on MWCNTs by refluxing in 68% HNO3 (Merck) for 1-9 h (denoted as "n-CNT", where n is the time of acid treatment).
After irradiation, few peaks were observed including hydroxyl and carboxylic groups characteristic of carboxylic acids which are formed during degradation.
25 mmol of deprotonated carboxylic groups per gram of sample, respectively [30].
In the presence of heat and catalyst two carboxylic groups form a fivemembered anhydride ring and release one molecule of water.
PBMAD was selected as the bioadhesive coating because it has a large number of carboxylic groups exposed on each side group and it exhibits pH-dependent solubility; the polymer is stable at a low pH, but dissolves at a pH > 8.
Alginates--low-cost materials that are already used in foods, pharmaceutical products, paper, and other applications--are attractive because of their uniformly distributed carboxylic groups.
This indicates that only one of the two carboxylic groups is bonded to the metal.