Wool alcohols | definition of wool alcohols by Medical dictionary
wool wax alcohols prepared by saponification of the grease of sheep wool and separation of the fraction that contains cholesterol (not less than 30%) and other alcohols; used to prepare wool alcohols ointment.
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Can absorb large amounts of water and have a hydrophobic fatty base in which wool fat, wool alcohols
, sorbitan esters, mono glycerides, or fatty alcohols render them hydrophilic.
Similarly in males potassium dichromate was the commonest antigen, whereas in females Cobalt, Fragrance mix and Wool alcohol
are the commonest antigens.