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stearate

 [ste´ah-rāt]
any compound of stearic acid.

ste·a·rate

(stē'ă-rāt),
A salt of stearic acid.

stearate

/ste·a·rate/ (ste´ah-rāt) any salt (soap), ester, or anionic form of stearic acid.

stearate

(stē′ə-rāt′, stîr′āt′)
n.
A salt or ester of stearic acid.

ste·a·rate

(stē'ă-rāt)
A salt of stearic acid.

stearate

any compound of stearic acid.
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For the first time, we recently found a label that specifies that the calcium stearate is vegetable-based: http://www.
Zinc and calcium stearates for use as lubricants and pigment dispersants in color concentrates and dry colors.
5%, would take in under 300 mg per day of stearic acid (and probably far less given that commercial magnesium stearate typically contains significant quantities of palmitic acid).
In addition for the production of unsaturated polyester resin so as to produce fiber-reinforced plastics, the calcium stearate also be widely used in the production of automobiles, aircraft parts, yachts, cooling tower, building materials and other products.
Mono-, di-, tri-, and tetra-pentaerythritol stearates in flake and bead form used as lubricants and release agents in rigid and chlorinated PVC, PE, crosslinked PE, PS, PC, and ABS.
SXT 3000 is free of metallic stearates and SXT 2000 is a blend with low levels of metallic stearates.
PMC Biogenix is a leading manufacturer of fatty acids, glycerin, fatty amides, fatty esters and stearates focused on innovative solutions and superior customer service.
The company's line of process additives and lubricant packages for thermoplastic compounds includes such product types as ionic, non-ionic, resinous, amides, metal stearates and antioxidants.
The company has also introduced the following new Rheochem functional lubricants for polyolefins, styrenics, highly filled polymers, and other resin systems: LB 100 and LB 200 stearates; LB 300 amides; and RL 700 and RL 800, which combine stearates and amides.
Zinc and calcium stearates are said to provide lubricity, plasticizing and release properties in polymer systems.
The product reportedly poses no risk to subsequent processing, as it is free of metallic stearates and silicone and is safe for food contact.
PMC Biogenix has announced that, as a result of continuing cost pressures related to escalating raw material costs, effective April 1, 2008, or as contracts permit, prices for PMC Biogenix's metallic stearates products will increase $0.