capric acid


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  • noun

Synonyms for capric acid

a fatty acid found in animal oils and fats

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Capric acid is used in the food and beverage industry due to its antimicrobial properties.
By feeding capric acid to female sturgeon, German scientists believe they have hit on a cheap way to chemically tag legally-produced caviar and undermine the black market for the delicacy.
Oleochemicals could also be categorized into two types namely non edible such as stearine, fatty acid, oleic acid, lauric acid, myristic acid, palmitic acid, glycerin, fatty alcohol, capric acid, soap, environmentally friendly detergent and stearine candle.
Cuphea seed oil contains large amounts of fatty acids, such as lauric and capric acid, that help give soaps and detergents their cleaning power.
6%) content and the higher content of capric acid (10:0) (21.
Oleochemicals are non edible derivative of palm oil such as stearin, fatty acid, oleic acid, stearic acid, lauric acid, myristic acid, palmitic acid, glycerine, glycerol, capric acid fatty alcohol, soap, environmentally safe detergent and stearin candle.
Composition of fatty acids in adipose tissue from KNP and YS KNP Fatty acid #1 #2 #3 Capric acid (C 10:0) 0.
Non edible derivatives of palm oil include stearin, fatty acid, oleic acid, stearic acid, lauric acid, palmitic acid, glycerine, glycerol, fatty alcohol, capric acid, soap, soft detergent and stearic candle, Edible products are olein, margarine, shortening and butter.
The concentration of butyric acid in milk fat of various groups showed no significant difference while caproic acid, caprylic acid and capric acid showed significantly (p<0.