- n. Plural form of ester.
“The process naturally leaves behind byproducts, including methyl esters, which is the chemical name for biodiesel, and glycerin, commonly used in soap production.”
“Many fruits owe their characteristic aroma to chemicals called esters.”
“But in sparing quantities, the 4- to 12-carbon rumen fatty acids, branched versions of these, and acid-alcohol combinations called esters, provide milk with its fundamental blend of animal and fruity notes.”
“Their thermodynamic studies of a wide range of phosphorylated compounds were particularly important at the beginning of the Heidelberg years, while identification and analysis of intermediate products such as esters and the enzymes that catalyze the biochemical reactions became increasingly important during the latter years.”
“Larger chemicals such as esters, amines, hydrazines, and carbamates are generally biotransformed by hydrolysis.”
“Yeast genetics can target taste compounds such as esters, which have tropical fruit flavours such as melon and pineapple.”
“Saponification involves hydrolysis of esters under basic conditions to form an alcohol and the salt of a carboxylic acid carboxylates, producing a soap-like solid from the fatty acid derivatives.”
“They both have interesting floral qualities, and share similar esters.”
“The above should read terpenes, not esters (this nagged my sub conscience so much it woke me up out of a dead sleep!).”
“I would like to discourage you from the belief that the process of phosphorylating either by reaction with inorganic phosphate or by transfer of phosphate from another organic phosphate, especially the enzymatic conversion of carbohydrates into their phosphoric esters in metabolic processes, will at all appease.”
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