monoglyceride


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mon·o·ac·yl·glyc·er·ol

(mon'ō-ās'il-glis'ĕr-ol),
Glycerol with an acyl moiety esterified to position 1 (that is, 1-monoacylglycerol) or position 2 (that is, 2-monoacylglycerol); an intermediate in the degradation and synthesis of lipids; 2-monoacylglycerols are a major end product of triacylglycerol degradation.
Synonym(s): monoglyceride
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Composition of biodiesel Methyl esters Monoglycerides Biodiesels (w/w%) (w/w%) Sunflower biodiesel 96.41 0.37 Soybean biodiesel 96.68 0.45 Composition of biodiesel Biodiesels Diglycerides (w/w%) Triglycerides (w/w%) Sunflower biodiesel 0.42 0.44 Soybean biodiesel 1.13 ND Composition of biodiesel Kinematic viscosity Biodiesels at 40[degrees]C ([mm.sup.-2] [s.sup.-1]) Sunflower biodiesel 3.93 Soybean biodiesel 4.1 TABLE 3 Fatty acid profiles of biodiesel sources.
Thormar, "Bactericidal effects of fatty acids and monoglycerides on Helicobacter pylori" International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents, vol.
The JME fuel property test results such as density at 15[degrees]C, calorific value, flash point, cetane value, specific gravity at 15[degrees] C, viscosity at 40[degrees]C, water content, ash content, acid value, monoglyceride, diglyceride, triglyceride, free glycerine, total ester content, and total glycerine contents are summarized in Table 7.
It is now generally accepted that the antimicrobial activity, and especially anti-viral activity, in the body appears to be dependent on the digestion of triglycerides into monoglycerides and fatty acids such as the digestion of lauric acid to monolaurin.
The most common method for the preparation of "modified alkyd resin" is also the monoglyceride method [80], In related studies, at the first stage, oil has been converted to monoglyceride by alcoholysis, and then esterification process has been carried at the second stage by adding dibasic acid [4, 27, 28, 30].
Long oil alkyd was synthesized via monoglyceride method.
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Another methoxide anion attacks the carbonyl carbon in the formed diglyceride, forming another mole of methyl ester and monoglyceride. Finally, a new methoxide anion attacks the monoglyceride, producing a total of three moles of methyl esters and a mole of glycerol.
Poupaert, "Search for monoglyceride lipase inhibitors: synthesis and screening of arylthioamides derivatives," Medicinal Chemistry Research, vol.
(63.) Mattil, KF, Sims, RJ, "The Glycerolysis of Fat in Tertiary Aromatic Nitrogenous Bases to Increase Monoglyceride Yield." J.