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  • An organic acid is an organic compound with acidic properties.
  • The most common organic acids are the carboxylic acids, whose acidity is associated with their carboxyl group –COOH. Sulfonic acids, containing the group –SO2OH, are relatively stronger acids.
  • The relative stability of the conjugate base of the acid determines its acidity.
  • Other groups can also confer acidity, usually
    weakly: –OH, –SH, the enol group, and the phenol group.
  • In biological systems, organic compounds
    containing these groups are generally referred to as organic acids.
  • Simple organic acids like formic or acetic acids are used for oil and gas well stimulation treatments.
  • These organic acids are much less reactive with metals than are strong mineral acids like
    hydrochloric acid (HCl) or mixtures of HCl and hydrofluoric acid (HF).
  • For this reason, organic acids are used at high temperatures or when long contact times between acid and pipe are needed.
  • The conjugate bases of organic acids such as citrate and lactate are often used in biologically-compatible buffer solutions.
  • Organic acids are used in food preservation
    because of their effects on bacteria.
  • The key basic principle on the mode of action of organic acids on bacteria is that non-dissociated (non-ionized) organic acids can penetrate the bacteria cell wall and disrupt the normal physiology of certain types of bacteria that we call pH- sensitive, meaning that they cannot tolerate a wide
    internal and external pH gradient.
  • Organic acids have been used successfully in pig production for more than 25 years.
    Although less research has been done in poultry, organic acids have also been found to be effective in poultry production.
  • Organic acids are widely distributed in nature as normal constituents of plants or animal tissues. They are also formed through microbial fermentation of carbohydrates mainly in the large intestine.
  • They are sometimes found in their sodium,
    potassium, or calcium salts, or even stronger double salts.
  • Organic acids are important in characterizing the flavor of fruit juices. Their presence and
    concentration determine tartness and other flavor attributes.
  • In some cases, it is necessary to determine organic acids to assess whether an
    expensive juice has been illegally adulterated with a cheaper juice.
  • Organic acids have a clear
    and significant benefit in weanling piglets and have been observed to benefit poultry performance.
  • Organic acids have antimicrobial activity; however, there appear to be effects of organic acids beyond those attributed to antimicrobial activity. Reductions in bacteria are associated with feeding organic acids, which are particularly effective against acid-intolerant species such as E. coli,
    Salmonella and Campylobacter.
  • Both antibiotics and organic acids improve protein and energy
    digestibilities by reducing microbial competition with the host for nutrients and endogenous nitrogen losses, by lowering the incidence of subclinical infections and secretion of immune mediators, and by reducing production of ammonia and other growth-depressing microbial metabolites.
  • Organic acids have several additional effects that go beyond those of antibiotics. These include reduction
    in digesta pH, increased pancreatic secretion, and trophic effects on the gastrointestinal mucosa.
  • Much more is known about these effects in swine than in poultry.
  • In fact, the organic acids associated with specific antimicrobial activity are short-chain acids (C1–C7) and are either simple monocarboxylic acids such as formic, acetic, propionic and butyric acids, or are carboxylic acids bearing an hydroxyl group (usually on the α carbon) such as lactic, malic,
    tartaric, and citric acids.


  • Organic acid
  • General information
  • The acidity of organic acids
  • Dissociation Constants Of Organic Acids And Bases


  • Determination of Organic Acids in Fruit Juices
  • Determination of Organic Acids in Cranberry and Bilberry Extracts
  • Clinical Applications of Urinary Organic Acids
  • Preserving Baled Hay with Organic Acids
  • Use of Organic Acids as a Model to
    Study the Impact of Gut Microflora
    on Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Adding Organic Acids to High Moisture Corn
  • Organic acids and their salts
  • Perspectives on the Use of Organic Acids and Short Chain Fatty Acids as Antimicrobials
  • Primary Metabolites


  • Changes in the organic acid content and related metabolic enzyme activities in developing ‘Xinping’
    pear fruit
  • Effect of phenolic acids on glucose and organic acid metabolism by lactic acid bacteria from wine
  • Changes induced by Fe deficiency and Fe resupply in the organic acid
    metabolism of sugar beet (Beta 7ulgaris) leaves
  • Factors Affecting Organic Acid Production by Sourdough (San Francisco) Bacteria
  • Influence of pH on organic acid production by Clostridium sporogenes in test tube and fermentor cultures


  • Highly acidic metalated organic acid
  • Recovery of organic acids
  • Preparation of organic acids
  • Process for separating an organic acid or acids from an organic acid-containing solution
  • Apparatus for producing organic acids
  • Method for producing organic acid
  • Isolation of organic acids
  • Process for purifying an organic acid
  • Process for obtaining an organic acid from an organic acid ammonium salt, an organic acid amide, or an alkylamine organic acid complex
  • Process for production of organic acid esters
  • Azeotropic distillation process for producing organic acids or organic acid amides
  • Extraction of organic acids from aqueous solutions
  • Corrosion inhibited organic acid compositions and methods
  • Organic acids incorporated edible antimicrobial films


  • Organic acids of crop plants in aluminium detoxification
  • Influence of Organic Acids on Microbial Protein Synthesis in the Rumen
  • Improvement of organic acids extraction and determination methods from leaves and berries of two grape cultivars cot and négrette
  • Metabolism of Sugars and Organic Acids in Immature Grape Berries
  • Stimulation of organic acid excretion by roots of aluminum-tolerant and aluminum-sensitive wheat varieties under aluminum stress
  • Organic acid synthesis in lemon fruits
  • The metabolism of the organic acids of the Tobacco leaf during culture


  • Superior
  • Erythorbic Acid
  • Procidic – Liquid
  • Citric acid blender
  • Vita-D-Chlor
  • N-phuric


  • Microbial production of organic acids: expanding the markets
  • Opportunities in the Industrial
    Biobased Products Industry
  • Citric acid: industry warned of shortage as prices hiked again


  • Properties of the yellow organic acids of natural waters
  • Properties of Organic acids
  • Optical properties in the UV and visible
    spectral region of organic acids relevant
    to tropospheric aerosols
  • Properties of Organic Acid Utilization Mutants of Rhizobiurn leguminosarum Strain

Organic acids Suppliers

  • Manufacturers of Organic acids
  • Suppliers of Organic acids
  • Exporters of Organic acids
  • Organic acids Suppliers
  • List of Suppliers
  • China suppliers
  • List of China suppliers


  • Company from California
  • Company from Canada
  • Company from China
  • Company from Singapore
  • Company from Tianjin
  • Company from U.S.A
  • Company from U.S.A


  • Consultancy from Germany
  • Consultancy from NewYork
  • Consultancy from U.S
  • List of Consultancies


  • Product list
  • Amazon Thunder Puree
  • Benzoic Acid
  • DesinFix
  • Stearic acid


  • Organic acids Production
  • Bio process
  • Production of Organic Acid
  • Organic Acid Production by Basidiomycetes
  • Summary of Organic Acid Production from Microorganisms
  • Organic Acid Production by
    Filamentous Fungi


  • High organic acids
  • Test Method for Organic Acid Removal by Adsorbents Used in Liquid Line Filter Driers
  • Organic acid  disorders
  • Organic acids as cloud condensation nuclei: Laboratory studies of
    highly soluble and insoluble species


  • Anion channel sensitivity to cytosolic organic acids implicates a central role for oxaloacetate in integrating ion flux with metabolism in stomatal guard cells
  • Seeing Glutathione Status in Organic Acid Results
  • Organic Acid Specificity for Acid-Induced ATP Synthesis by Isolated Chloroplasts
  • Synthesis and Characterization of Poly (Lactic Acid) for Use in Biomedical Field


  • Application of electrodialysis to the production of organic acids: State-of-the-art and recent developments
  • Production of organic acids in an immobilized cell reactor using Propionibacterium acidi-propionici
  • Chromatography Application Notes
  • Production of organic acids by bipolar electrodialysis: realizations and perspectives


  • Organix Urine Organic Acids Test by Metametrix Clinical Laboratory
  • 4 Reasons to get an Organic acids test done
  • Organic Acid Testing
  • Organic Acids Test (OAT)
  • Organic Acid Test For Autism
  • Organic Acid Testing: An Innovative Preventive Health Test
  • Microbial Organic Acids Test (MOAT)
  • Organic Acids Test (OAT)

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