Key words: Zinc Solubilisation, HPLC, Gluconic acid
, Plant Growth Promoting Bacteria, Proline.
Sarac, Investigation of Dissolution Kinetics of Natural Magnesite in Gluconic Acid
The conversion of glucose into gluconic acid
involves the transfer of [H.
Bioconversion of glucose and fructose to sorbitol and gluconic acid
by untreated cells of Zymomonas mobilis.
According to White , the most important acid in honey is gluconic acid
, which is derived from dextrose.
Starch is a polysaccharide with [alpha]-glycosidic bond that gets cleaved under basic medium and yields free aldehyde group and may acts as reducing sugar and reduces Ag+ to Ag nanocolloids and gluconic acid
Citric acid, GLDA, MGDA, EDDS, IDS, gluconic acid
, and glucoheptonates are to be more environmentally friendly.
Another enzyme is glucose oxidase, which begins converting glucose into gluconic acid
and hydrogen peroxide.
The studies related to dissolution of magnesite in ascorbic acid, formic acid, citric acid, acetic acid, lactic acid as well as in gluconic acid
are available [4, 8-12].
The enzymes then converted the glucose into gluconic acid
, consuming oxygen all the while.
In this way we combine the synthetic phenylboronic acid (PBA) and lectin with enzyme glucose oxidase which form the gluconic acid
in presence of glucose.
Retinoids Retinol Retinal Retinoic acid Alpha hydroxy acids Glycolic acid Lactic acid Tartaric acid Citric acid Beta hydroxy acids Salicylic acid Beta lipohydroxy acid Tropic acid Polyhydroxy acids Gluconic acid
Lactobionic acid galactose Antioxidants Vitamin A, E, C, B Lipoic acid Coenzyme q10 Niacinamide Polyphenoles dimethylaminoethanol Skin lightening agents Phenolic, nonphenolic combinations