ethyl oleate

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eth·yl o·le·ate

an alternative vehicle of pharmaceutical injections.
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Heneicosane, nonadecane, pentacosane, cyclohexadecane, tricosene, docosane, eicosane compounds from hydrocarbons; palmitic acid, ethyl oleate, octadecanoic acid, decanedioic acid compounds from aliphatic acids and their esters; cinnamic acid, ferulic acid from cinnamic acids and their esters; pinostrobin chalcone, pinocembrin, chrysin compounds from flavonoids; [beta]-eudesmol, guaiol, 2-methoxy-4-vinylphenol, l-limonene, a-muurolene, farnesol, Y-terpinene, [beta]-myrcene, a-pinene compounds from alcohols and terpenes; benzoic acid, propanoic acid, 3,4-dimethoxycinnamic acid compounds from aromatic acids; 2-nonadeca-none, 2-pentadecanone compounds from ketones were determined in the propolis sample by GC-MS.
Other excipients/chemicals/reagents used were ethyl oleate (EO) and Tween 60 (Avonchem, Cheshore, UK), Tween 40, Tween 80, triethanolamine and ethanol (BDH, Poole, England), propylene glycol (PG) and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) (Daejung, Gyeonggi-do, Korea), polyethylene glycol 400 (PEG 400) (Sigma Aldrich, Steinheim, Germany), and methanol (TEDIA, Fairfield, USA).
Furthermore, the addition of pectase to nonextracted juice could accelerate the release of odor-active volatiles such as 3-ethoxy-1-propanol, acetic acid, octanoic acid, n-decanoic acid, isoamyl acetate, ethyl octanoate, ethyl oleate, furfural, acetoin, and eugenol.
Summations often eliminate individual FAEE variability, although 1 report demonstrated that ethyl oleate and ethyl linoleate meconium concentrations alone distinguished women drinking [greater than or equal to]7 drinks per drinking day (DPDD) from those drinking fewer (8).
Chromatographic analysis (Figure 6) showed that biodiesel obtained under the optimum conditions shown in Figure 5 mainly consisted of palmitic acid ethyl esters, ethyl oleate, ethyl linoleate, ethyl linolenatoethyl ester and others whose composition ranged between C16: 0 and C22: 0.
Phase A Water qs 100 Glycerin 3.00 Carrageenan gum 0.70 Xanthan gum 0.50 Bentonite 0.30 Phase B Caprylic/capric triglyceride 3.00 Ethyl oleate 3.00 Natragern E145 3.30 Sorbitan laurate 2.35 Procedure: Disperse ingredients of the water phase in the main tank.
The reaction pattern, as derived from the above (1)-(3), leads to the formation of one mole of ester, the ethyl oleate, for each of the three reactions and to the obtainment of glycerol only at the third step, when monoglycerides are actually converted:
For example, levels of ethyl oleate are higher in chronic alcoholics versus binge drinkers, thus providing a marker that could be used to differentiate distinct patterns of alcohol abuse.
That pheromone turns out to include ethyl oleate, possibly conveyed to the teens during mouth-to-mouth food transfer, Robinson and an international team of colleagues report in an upcoming Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
APPLICATION: With a long useful life in the emulsion form, ethyl oleate succinic anhydride could become one of the preferred sizing chemicals in papermaking.
Single-ion monitoring was performed to quantify appropriate base ions for individual FAEEs: ions 67, 88, and 101 for ethyl palmitate, ethyl heptadecanoate, ethyl stearate, ethyl oleate, and ethyl linoleate; and ions 79, 91, and 117 for ethyl arachidonate, ethyl eicosapentaenoate, and ethyl docosahexaenoate.