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作者:Sidra Khan , Zaheer H. Shah , Saira Riaz ...
来源:[J].Ceramics International(IF 1.789), 2020
摘要:... These magnetic nanoparticles are functionalized by different concentrations of citric acid such as 0.1 M, 0.2 M, 0.3 M, 0.4 M and 0.5 M. Typically, citric acid gets adsorbed on the surface of nanoparticles with one or two carboxylate groups leaving at least one carboxylic acid...
作者:Junqi Wang , Zhifang Cui , Yangyang Li ...
来源:[J].Journal of Cleaner Production(IF 3.398), 2020, Vol.249
摘要:Abstract(#br)Evaluating the technical feasibility and economic viability of citric acid production at the commercial scale is challenging because it depends on several factors including type of feedstock, process parameters and production routes. In this research, techno-economic...
作者:Haojing Zhang , Taotao Lu , Mengjie Wang ...
来源:[J].Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects(IF 2.108), 2020
摘要:... Citric acid in soil and water environments may affect interactions between biochar and organic contaminants (e.g., tetracycline). To evaluate the effect of citric acid on the adsorption of tetracycline onto biochars, this study investigated the adsorption behavior of tetr...
作者:Wen-Can Huang , Binglinlin Li , Xiangming Qi ...
来源:[J].Food Chemistry(IF 3.334), 2020, Vol.310
摘要:... In this study, a novel extraction system, specifically a citric acid/citric acid sodium mixture, was developed for oil extraction from seed crops. Peanut and pumpkin seeds were used to evaluate extraction efficiency and more than 70% and 57% oils, respectively, were extracte...
作者:Yanyu Bao , Jinyu Ma , Chengrong Pan ...
来源:[J].Chemosphere(IF 3.137), 2020, Vol.240
摘要:Abstract(#br)To assess the role of citric acid, as a typical low-molecular-weight organic acid from root exudates, on cerium (Ce) uptake, accumulation and translocation in rice seedlings ( Oryza sativa L.) exposed to two CeO 2 nanoparticles (NPs) (14 nm and 25 nm). A hydroponic ...
作者:Matthias G. Steiger , Alice Rassinger , Diethard Mattanovich ...
来源:[J].Metabolic Engineering(IF 6.859), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)We engineered Aspergillus niger using a gene responsible for citric acid transport, which has a significant impact on citric acid secretion when overexpressed.. The transport gene was identified by a homology search using an itaconic acid transporter from Ustilago ma...
作者:Mina Miranzadeh Omran , Farhoush Kiani , Azade Ghorbani-Hasan Saraei ...
来源:[J].Food Chemistry(IF 3.334), 2019, Vol.289, pp.436-442
摘要:Abstract(#br)Citric acid, glycerol, and d -sorbitol are used as important food additives. In this research work, viscosities and refractive indices (the physico-chemical properties) for aqueous solution of citric acid, as well as ternary solutions of (water + d -sorbitol + citric acid...
作者:Ping-Ping Zhou , Jiao Meng , Jie Bao
来源:[J].Bioresource Technology(IF 4.75), 2017, Vol.224, pp.563-572
摘要:Abstract(#br)The aim of this work is to study the citric acid fermentation by a robust strain Aspergillus niger SIIM M288 using corn stover feedstock after dry dilute sulfuric acid pretreatment and biodetoxification. Citric acid at 100.04 g/L with the yield of 94.11% was obtained...
作者:Manfei Cai , Yonghe Liang , Yucheng Yin ...
来源:[J].Ceramics International(IF 1.789), 2019, Vol.45 (12), pp.15514-15519
摘要:... The citric acid can significantly inhibit hydration rate of magnesia in aqueous suspensions. In this paper, the performance of different citric acid contents on magnesia suspensions was evaluated by zeta potential and conductivity measurements, scanning electron microscopy...
作者:Jihong Dai , Yanxian Li , Pei Yang ...
来源:[J].Aquaculture(IF 2.009), 2018, Vol.495, pp.643-653
摘要:Abstract(#br)The present study was conducted to investigate the suitability of citric acid as a feed additive for juvenile turbot ( Scophthalmus maximus ) to reduce phosphorus (P) excretion. A practical diet with similar profile as commercial diet was used as the positive control...

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