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Arsonic acids

Arsonic acids are a subset of organoarsenic compounds is defined as oxyacids, where pentavalent arsenic atom is linked to two hydroxyl groups, and the third oxygen atom to an organic Deputy. Salt / conjugate bases arsonic acid called arsonates. Like all arsenic-containing compounds arsonic acid are toxic and carcinogenic to humans. Arsonic acid, which is contained in part 3 Of 3, in the case where the Deputy represents a hydrogen atom. Other arsonic acids can be considered as derivatives of hydrocarbyl of this base variant. Arsenic acid results when the Deputy represents a hydroxyl group. ...

                                               

Aromatic acids

                                               

Boronic acids

                                               

Benzoic acids

                                               

Beta-keto acids

                                               

Alpha-keto acids

Phthalimidoperoxycaproic acid
                                               

Phthalimidoperoxycaproic acid

Phthalimidoperoxycaproic acid peroxyhexanoic acid, abbreviated as PAP) is a synthetic organic peroxy acid derived from caproic acid and phthalimide. The compound is mainly used as bleaching activator, alternatively or in association to hydrogen peroxide, in moderate laundry conditions. It is also described as tooth whitening agent. In room conditions, PAP is a white odorless crystalline powder, slightly soluble in water and strongly oxidizer.

Meta-Hydroxyphenylhydracrylic acid
                                               

Meta-Hydroxyphenylhydracrylic acid

meta -Hydroxyphenylhydracrylic acid is a metabolite in the degradation of -catechin in the crab-eating macaque excreted in the urine. It is also a substance found in human urine.

Hydantoic acid
                                               

Hydantoic acid

Hydantoic acid is an acid with the chemical formula C 3 H 6 N 2 O 3. Its molecule contains a total of 13 bonds including seven non-H bonds, two multiple bonds, two rotatable bonds, two double bonds, one carboxylic acid, one urea derivative, and one hydroxyl group. It can be obtained from uric acid as well as from glycine with urea in the presence of alkali.

Citrazinic acid
                                               

Citrazinic acid

Citrazinic acid is a heterocyclic compound consisting of a dihydropyridine ring derived from citric acid. The yellow solid exists as multiple tautomers, as seen also for the simpler 2-pyridone. Citrazinic acid is very poorly soluble in water, acid and methanol, but soluble in basic solutions such as ammonia water. For the purposes of NMR also sparingly soluble in D6-DMSO 2H, 6.20 ppm.

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