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Properties and Reactions of Lactic Acid

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Excerpt from Properties and Reactions of Lactic Acid: A Review

Until recently, the nomenclature used to designate the isomeric forms was confusing. 'the acid commonly known as sarcolactic, the form occuring in blood; has a rotation but the 1 configuration. It is, therefore, core rectly designated as lactic acid and its Enantiomorph as d(é) lactic acid. The salts of the acid are levorotatory, and the salts of the d acid are dextrorotatory. Because of the low optical rotatory power of the free acid, rotation of the pure acid or its simple salts is not a coma pletely Suitable indication of the optical form of the acid, or of the.pern centage composition of a mixture. The benzimidazole derivatives of lactic acid have greater rotatory power, so that either form of lactic acid or the percentage composition of a mixture can be identified readily through the benzimidazole derivative Both Optical isomers occur freely'in nature, but the lactic acid produced commercially is usually the racemic mixture.

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Titel: Properties and Reactions of Lactic Acid
Untertitel: A Review (Classic Reprint)
EAN: 9780364942765
ISBN: 0364942762
Format: Fester Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 50
Gewicht: 228g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T7mm
Jahr: 2018



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