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Relating to or derived from benzoin.
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Five chemicals, ethyl butyrate, benzoic acid, methyl anthranilate, dimethyl anthranilate, and ethyl dodecanoate contributed the highest percentages to the total volatiles.
Benzoflex benzoic acid esters for PVC include Benzoflex 9-88 dipropylene glycol dibenzoate, Benzoflex 2-45 diethylene glycol dibenzoate, Benzoflex 50 (a blend of 9-88 and Benzoflex 2-45), Benzoflex 2088, Benzoflex 2160 (blends of benzoate plasticizers), and Benzoflex 284 propylene glycol dibenzoate.
Determination of benzoic acid and hippuric acid in human plasma and urine by HPLC .
Chromatographic analysis of benzoic acid was carried out on HPLC Millichrom (Nauchpribor, USSR) equipped with a UV-spectrophotometer (190-360 nm).
The compounds leached in the laboratory at the highest concentrations were benzoic acid, naphthalene, methylenebisphenol, diethylphenol and 3-methylbutanoic acid.
Jeecide AA is an easy-to-use liquid blend of benzyl alcohol, benzoic acid and sorbic acid formulated in balance to meet the preservation needs of personal care products ranging from shampoos and conditioners to skin care serums as well as most creams and lotions.
Abstract 3-amino-4-hydroxyl benzoic acid phosphate was synthesized from 4-chloro benzoic acid through three steps, the whole process was cost-effective in which the materials in each step were reused.
Emerald Kalama Chemical, a business group of Emerald Performance Materials, has announced approval for final design engineering and the initial purchase of key long-lead-time process equipment for the addition of a second benzoic acid purification and finishing process at its facility in Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Ammonia emission from pig slurry can be reduced by supplementing the feed with benzoic acid (BA).
Eastman offers a wide variety of grades of acetic, propionic, butyric, isobutyric, benzoic, and 2-EH acids appropriate for these and other end uses.
When antimicrobial agents, such as benzoic acid, sorbic acid, propionic acid, lactic acid, nisin and lysozyme, were incorporated into edible films, the films retarded the surface growth of bacteria, yeasts and molds on a wide range of products, including meats and cheeses.