caproic acid

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  • noun

Synonyms for caproic acid

a fatty acid found in animal oils and fats or made synthetically

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Commercial glycerol (Dinamica, Brazil) was utilized as a plasticizer, and the fatty acids that were used were caproic acid (99%, Vetec, Brazil), lauric acid (98%, Vetec, Brazil), and stearic acid (PA, Synth, Brazil).
67 g capric acid (C10:0), and trace amounts of caprylic acid (C8:0) and caproic acid (C6:0), whereas soybean oil had almost no MCFA (Table 2).
Water is used to open the [epsilon]-caprolactamring (reversibly) to give a linear molecule, amino caproic acid (ACA, [S.
The use of caproic acid to prevent aerobic deterioration of silage after opening, with special reference of the amounts and time of application.
14] fatty acids while butyric acid and caproic acid concentration were unaffected due to dietary fat supplementation in the form of calcium salts of palm oil fatty acids.