suberic acid


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su·ber·ic ac·id

(sū-ber'ik as'id),
A substance used in plastics and in the cross-linking of biopolymers; found in the urine as a product of ω-oxidation of fatty acids.
Synonym(s): octandioic acid
[L. suber, cork oak, + -ic]
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suberic acid

(so͞o-bĕr′ĭk)
n.
A colorless crystalline dicarboxylic acid, C8H14O4, used in the manufacture of plastics.
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N,N'-bis(benzoyl) suberic acid dihydrazide leads to the shift of the melt crystallization to higher temperature and becomes much sharper in the melting crystallization process of PLLA.
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