choleic acid

choleic acid

/cho·le·ic ac·id/ (ko-le´ik) any of the complexes formed between deoxycholic acid and a fatty acid or other lipid.
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Too much nonnitrogenous food led to the conversion of uric acid to ammonium urate, fat, and choleic acid instead of urea, and this was thought by Liebig to be the fundamental cause of gout.
a) 5 atoms proteine = 9 atoms choleic acid 15 atoms starch 9 atoms urea 12 atoms water 3 atoms ammonia 5 atoms oxygen 60 atoms carbonic acid 5 atoms proteine: = [C.