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stearic

(stē-ăr′ĭk, stîr′ĭk)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or similar to stearin or fat.
2. Of or relating to stearic acid.
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sativa oil as palmitic (3 - 7%), stearic (1 - 3%), oleic (11 - 27%), linoleic (9 - 19%), linolenic (16 - 22%), while our yields were palmitic (8.
Based on the obtained examination results, the most stable fatty acid component of sunflower oil was shown to be stearic acid (Tables 6-7).
1-hexadecene (C16:1) and heptadecane (C17:0) were Cn-2 and Cn-1 radiolytic products of stearic acid respectively.
For surface modification, the granular type Stearic Acid obtained from Sigma Aldrich (Mol.
The viscosity of feedstocks containing only paraffin wax and only beeswax, as well as that formulated with paraffin wax and stearic acid, decreases with shear rate, which corresponds to the pseudoplastic behavior generally required for LPIM feedstock (Figures 4(a), 4(b), and 4(c)).
Polymerizations were conducted without the addition of cellulose fiber (reference reaction), as well as by adding acid-hydrolyzed fiber, fiber treated with TEA, and finally fiber treated with TEA and stearic alcohol.
Before inserting the brush/gauze assembly into the bore of the barrel, a handful of stearic acid can be thrown into the bore.
Negative correlation was observed with stearic acid, linoleic and linolenic acid contents.
Subsequently, no fatty acids (control cells) or 40 [micro]M fatty acids (palmitic, stearic, oleic, or linoleic acid) were added to the media, and the differentiating IPA and BSC were incubated for an additional 4 d.
XPS was performed on the dried untreated, ethanol extracted, esterified sheet with stearic anhydride.