Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A salt or ester of malonic acid.
  • noun The dianion with chemical formula CH2(COO)22− that results from removal of the two carboxylic hydrogen ions from malonic acid.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Chem.) A salt of malonic acid.

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  • noun organic chemistry Any salt or ester of malonic acid

Etymologies

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[malon(ic acid) + –ate.]

Examples

  • According to the Journal of Food and Science, the molecules that make up the aroma of pineapple areacetoxyacetone, dimethyl malonate, trans-tetrahydro-α,α,trimethyl-5-vinyl fur-furyl alcohol, methyl cis-4?

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • According to the Journal of Food and Science, the molecules that make up the aroma of pineapple areacetoxyacetone, dimethyl malonate, trans-tetrahydro-α,α,trimethyl-5-vinyl fur-furyl alcohol, methyl cis-4?

    Ananas Fizz

  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol. sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

    Chapter 28

  • Heat shock proteins in sorghum and pearl millet; ethanol, sodium arsenite, sodium malonate and the development of thermotolerance.

    Chapter 28

  • Plants were fed with 14C-malonate and radio-active incorporation monitored at regular intervals by HPLC.

    Chapter 7

  • Figure 4A: Influence and radioactivity incorporation of acetate and malonate in chrysophanol in static cultures of Cassia senna

    Chapter 7

  • Figure 4B: Influence and radioactivity incorporation of acetate and malonate in aloe-emodin in static cultures of Cassia senna

    Chapter 7

  • Figure 3B: Influence and radioactivity incorporation of acetate and malonate in emodin in static cultures of Cassia senna

    Chapter 7

  • The malonate was fed at the leaf-base where an axillary bud was evident.

    Chapter 7

  • (2-14C) - malonate, anthraquinones extracted at regular intervals and separated by HPLC prior to measurement of radioactivity.

    Chapter 7

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