glyceric acid


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gly·cer·ic ac·id

(gli-sĕr'ik as'id),
The fatty acid analogue of glycerol; occurs particularly in the form of phosphorylated derivatives as an intermediate in glycolysis.
Synonym(s): 2, 3-dihydroxypropranoic acid

gly·cer·ic ac·id

(glī-ser'ik as'id)
The fatty acid analogue of glycerol; occurs particularly in the form of phosphorylated derivatives, as an intermediate in glycolysis.

glyceric acid

CH2OH·CHOH·COOH, an intermediate product of the oxidation of fats.
CAS # 473-81-4
See also: acid
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Glycerol conversion and glyceric acid yield dependence on temperature using 1.4 wt% Pd-NiO/Ce[O.sub.2] composite as catalyst is shown in Fig.
Selectivity to glyceric acid at different temperatures and different glycerol conversions was similar.
Glyceric acid was supplied as a syrup with a significant water content and was lyophilized before dissolving in pyridine.