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Mannuronic Acid


Mannuronic acid is a uronic acid derived from mannose. It is rarely detectable in lignocellulosic biomass but it is an important constituent of seaweed where, along with guluronic acid, it forms alginic acid (or alginate). Click here to learn more about uronic acids and here to learn more about seaweed composition.

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Analysis Packages for Mannuronic Acid

The Celignis Analysis Package(s) that determine this constituent are listed below:

P15   Uronic Acids
Glucuronic Acid, Galacturonic Acid, Mannuronic Acid, Guluronic Acid, 4-O-Methyl-D-Glucuronic Acid

Further Details


P71   Seaweed Carbohydrates
Fucose, Mannitol, Glucose, Xylose, Mannose, Arabinose, Galactose, Rhamnose, Total Sugars, Glucuronic Acid, Galacturonic Acid, Mannuronic Acid, Guluronic Acid

Further Details


Equipment Used for Mannuronic Acid Analysis

Additional Material

Click here to read more about uronic acids.

We can determine the Mannuronic Acid content of biomass, click here to learn more about our various biomass analysis methods.

We can determine the Mannuronic Acid content of various liquids, including liquids from pre-treatment and hydrolysis processes, click here to learn more about our various methods for analysing process liquids.

We can determine the Mannuronic Acid content of seaweed, click here to learn more about our various methods for analysing seaweed.

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