FDCA (a.k.a. 2,5-Furandicarboxylic Acid) is an oxidized furan derivative, first obtained in 1876 from concentrated hydrobromic acid and commonly obtained as a white powder. This organic compound has already been detected in human urine and blood plasma. It can be obtained from renewable sources, such as biomass.
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