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Lactide
Lactide
Lactide is a lactone cyclic di-ester, derived from lactic acid, and has three stereoisomers (L,L-Lactide; D,D-Lactide; and D,L-Lactide). All forms are colorless or white solids, solubles in chloroform and methanol, and slightly soluble in benzene. Upon contact with water, it is hydrolysed to lactic acid.

Lactide Production Cost Reports - 2019/20

Capital Investment & Operating Cost of Lactide Plants

Lactide is a lactone cyclic di-ester, derived from lactic acid, and has three stereoisomers (L,L-Lactide; D,D-Lactide; and D,L-Lactide). All forms are colorless or white solids, solubles in chloroform and methanol, and slightly soluble in benzene. Upon contact with water, it is hydrolysed to lactic acid.

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Lactide Production from Lactic Acid - Cost Analysis | Lactide E11A

This report approaches the economics of producing Lactide from lactic acid in the United States. This process can be divided into two mains steps. First, lactic acid is polymerized into low molecular weight oligomers. Subsequently, the oligomers depolymerize generating Lactide, which is further purified to remove water and unreacted lactic acid and oligomers.

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