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The potentized remedy
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BioAmber Succinic Acid Wins Presidential Green Chemistry Award
BioAmber Succinic Acid Wins Presidential Green Chemistry Award. Minneapolis, MN 20 June – BioAmber, Inc.
Succinic Acid Adsorption from Fermentation Broth and Regeneration
Abstract. More than 25 sorbents were tested for uptake of succinic acid from aque - The best resins have a stable capacity of about 0.
Succinic Acid: Abstracts
Succinic Acid: Abstracts. Source: PubMed, National Library of Medicine suc·ci· nate (sks-nt) n. A salt or an ester of succinic acid.
Production of Chemicals from Biologically Derived Succinic Acid
Success Story. Production of. Chemicals from Biologically.

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Purac and BASF to Establish JV for Bio-Based Succinic Acid
By Cameron Chai BASF has commenced negotiation with CSM's subsidiary, Purac to establish a joint venture (JV) for bio-based succinic acid production.
BASF, CSM to form JV to produce bio-based succinic acid
BASF SE and CSM subsidiary Purac have begun talks to form a joint venture (JV) company to produce bio-based succinic acid. Under a joint development agreement, both the companies have been conducting research on bio-based succinic acid since 2009.
A bio-based succinic acid joint venture between ASF and CSM
BASF SE and Purac, a subsidiary of CSM nv, recently announced the start of negotiations to form a joint venture for the production of bio-based succinic acid.
Plymouth company is turning amber acid into gold
It operates the world's first manufacturing plant dedicated to mass-producing a chemical called succinic acid by fermenting sugar from agricultural crops.
BASF, Purac aim for bio-based succinic acid JV
In Germany, BASF and Purac have started negotiations to form a joint venture for the production of bio-based succinic acid.

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Succinic acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Succinic acid is a dicarboxylic acid. Succinate plays a biochemical role in the citric acid cycle.
Succinic Acid And Natural Baltic Amber
Succinic acid makes up a large part of natural baltic amber and has been used for centuries by Europeans to cure their ills.
Succinic Acid (Butanedioic Acid) is a dicarboxylic acid of four carbon atoms.
The Quest to Commercialize Biobased Succinic Acid
High-priced petroleum brings the finite nature of this resource to a striking reality.
DrugBank: Succinic acid (DB00139)
Jun 13, 2005 Succinic acid has been shown to stimulate neural system recovery and bolster the immune system.

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