Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to glucaric acid.

Etymologies

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From glucose

Examples

  • Chemicals made from simple plant sugar - more specifically, glucaric acid, which is created by oxidizing glucose - are capable of amazing things.

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  • The plan is to launch a vibrant research and development facility that is dedicated to advancing the applications of glucaric acid.

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  • As a business product, glucaric acid has many charms, Don Kiely explained.

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  • Recognized by the Department of Energy as one of the top 12 "building block chemicals" that can be produced from sugars, glucaric acid can be converted to high-value, bio-based chemicals or materials.

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  • But the potential has gone unrealized because no one has be able to solve this riddle: How do you produce glucaric acid on a large scale in way that is cost efficient?

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  • More to the point, said Kiely's son, Jason, the company's director of marketing: "We have the technology to go from two liters to 2,000 gallons of glucaric acid."

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  • To annually produce 100 million pounds of glucaric acid from corn will require 12,000 acres of corn, Jason said.

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  • Scientists have long known glucaric acid is well suited as a benign alternative to such chemicals, Kiely said.

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  • Don Kiely says the new technique means biodegradable glucaric acid can be produced in large enough quan-tities to make it feasible.

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  • He says glucaric acid can be converted into high-value, bio-based chemicals or materials that could be used as road salt and detergents.

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