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Synonyms for tristearin

a triglyceride of stearic acid

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Change in tristearin concentration was used to indicate the progress of the reaction.
Consumption of tristearin ranged from 40%, for lipases L9 and PS, to 60% when the scientists used a catalyst.
For example, the triacylglycerol response factor for tristearin was 1, while that of dioleoylpalmitoylglycerol was 1.
6[degrees]F (-13[degrees]C), elutes early while tristearin, which melts at 164.
In 1854, Berthelot reacted glycerine with stearic acid and obtained tristearin which proved to be identical to the triglyceride present in natural fats [7].