aldaric acid


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al·dar·ic ac·id

(al'dar-ik as'id),
One of a group of sugar acids; for example, glucaric acid.

aldaric acid

/al·dar·ic ac·id/ (al-dar´ik) a dicarboxylic acid resulting from oxidation of both terminal groups of an aldose to carboxyl groups.
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Aldaric acids or saccharic acids are diacids derived from naturally occurring sugars in biomass.
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developed crosslinking agents from aldaric acids for resins from polyallylamine to chitosan.