pectinic acids

pec·tin·ic ac·ids

(pek-tin'ik as'idz),
Term sometimes applied to commercial pectins.
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Pectinic acids were quite homogeneous, with a variation lower than 4% and 5% for both components, also as seen in Table 3.
The salts of pectinic acids are either normal or acid pectinates.
Pectins are the soluble polymeric materials containing pectinic acids as the major component.
Pectic substances are classified into four main types based on the type of modifications of the backbone chain which are: protopectin, pectic acid, pectinic acid and pectin (Kashyap et al.