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esters (esˑ·terz),

n.pl organic compounds synthesized from acids and alcohols, typically possessing fruity aromas. They have been shown to have antiinflammatory, antispasmodic, calming, and sedative properties.

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Q. Does anyone know an over the counter alternative to Lovaza, omega-3 acid ethyl esters? too expensive at Dr

A. there are all sort of companies that sell Omega-3, i buy from a company named Alsepa, but there are dozens of companies. but don't be tempted to buy a very cheap one, because they can be less purified.

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Results suggest that the chain length of the lactose fatty acid esters significantly influenced the oil-in-water emulsification properties.
The numerous and varied applications of phosphate esters, makes their market study imperative.
The a,b-unsaturated esters have been synthesized using several protocols [14-29], most of which are E-stereoselective [15].
The sucrose esters market is projected to reach a value of USD 74.
Free phytosterols make up 60 percent of phytosterol esters, so if the label lists only esters (see illustration), multiply by 0.
And then I went back and wrote the two scenes with the two other characters because I first wanted to see what Ester and Amy's arcs were.
The regional acrylic esters & its market is further segmented on the basis of type and their major applications.
12) Esters are found in grapes in small amounts, but most of the esters in wine are formed during fermentation or during bottle development.
The step wise reactions are reversible and a little excess of alcohol is used to shift the equilibrium towards the formation of esters.
Synthesis of the sulfuric acid monoester from epoxidized methyl ester is accomplished by the reaction of epoxidized methyl esters with chlorosulfonic acid in pyridine solution.
A new elastomeric bisphenol-A vinyl ester features high elongation and toughness for ballistic protection in military vehicles.
Puterka began researching the insecticidal activity of natural and look-alike, or synthetic, sugar esters more than a decade ago.