When adipic acid is produced from a renewable source (like glucose), instead of crude oil or petrochemical based product, then it is referred to as bio-adipic acid or green adipic acid. It finds application in food and pharmaceutical industries and serves as a substitute for conventional adipic acid. The demand of bio adipic acid is expected to increase as the nitrogen dioxide emission from conventional adipic acid has proved to be harmful.
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