levulinate


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lev·u·lin·ate

(lev'yū-lin-āt),
A salt or ester of levulinic acid.
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The objective of scientists at Utah State University was to compare the antilisterial effectiveness of sodium levulinate (4-oxopentanoic acid), a five-carbon organic acid with GRAS status; sodium lactate; and sodium diacetate in refrigerated RTE meats.
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Our hope is that this blend of levulinate esters and biodiesel would perform better over a wider range of temperatures than biodiesel," Mascal said.
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