decanoic acid

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Synonyms for decanoic acid

a fatty acid found in animal oils and fats


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Diethyl acetal and diethyl succinate increased with increased harvest date in both years, while 1-hexanol, citronellol, [beta]-damascenone and decanoic acid decreased.
Working with mice, researchers fed them the diet, investigating the effects of both decanoic acid and ketones on their brains.
The main constituents of the essential oil of Anthemis tinctoria from Creece have been found to be spathulenol, caryophyllene oxide, and T-cadinol [37], but 1,8-cineole (8%), [beta]-pinene (7%), decanoic acid (5%), and [alpha]-pinene (4%) in a sample from Slovakia [35,38].
uk, stated that lenses from affected lots can cause stinging because of higher than expected levels of decanoic acid.
Many nonfatty organic acids, including acetic to decanoic acid and L-lactic, citric, malic, and glycolic acids, are classified as generally recognized as safe (GRAS) compounds by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and have common acceptance for use in the food industry as acidulants and flavor enhancers.
Decanoic acid, octanoic acid, ethyl octadecanoate, and ethyl hexadecanoate were all found at day 16 in both fermentations but in much higher amounts in the spontaneous fermentation than in the inoculated fermentation.
Among phenolic compounds pinocembrin, chrysin and galangin were determined to be present; and 9-octadecanoic acid, palmitic acid, decanoic acid, coumaric acid and cinnamic acids were demonstrated to exist as organic acids (Table 2).
Retention of high-energy, ductile mode impact failure of unfilled MDPE was obtained when using short-chain decanoic acid coating, as a result of enhanced dispersion and reduced particle-matrix interactions promoting microscopic matrix yielding.
Most of the identified compounds in Estonian chamomile oil have been reported previously; however, 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene and decanoic acid were not mentioned in the literature [1-11].