- pertaining to or obtained from amber.
- Chemistry. succinic acid.
Origin of succinic
1780–90; < French succinique < Latin succin(um), sūcinum amber + French -ique -ic
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Apparently the succinic acid in the beads has an anti-inflammatory effect.Kids Eat the Darndest Things: Laundry Pods, Teething Necklaces, and More Of The Weirdest Stuff Sending Kids to the E.R.
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We have here, therefore, the phenomenon of melting under the solution as in the case of succinic nitrile and water (p. 122).
An example of a system which can form three liquid phases is found in water, ether, and succinic nitrile.
Succinic acid and also hmatoidin are usual constituents, besides the ingredients already mentioned.
About twelve years ago I decided to prove Succinic acid (Acidum succinicum).
There is a small quantity of acetic, formic, and succinic acids formed.The Bacillus of Long Life
- of, relating to, or obtained from amber
- of, consisting of, containing, or derived from succinic acid
C18: from French succinique, from Latin succinum amber
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