caprylic acid

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caprylic acid

[kə′pril·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
C8H16O2 A liquid fatty acid occurring in butter, coconut oil, and other fats and oils.
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In 2012 there were crop reduction-related increases in 1-hexanol, ethyl caprylate, ethyl caproate, 2-phenethyl acetate, isoamyl acetate, ethyl acetate and benzaldehyde, while reductions also occurred in diethyl acetal and diethyl succinate.
The study was designed to investigate the effects of orally administered GLP-1 and PYY3-36 formulated with Emisphere's Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl) Amino] Caprylate ("SNAC") carrier and their potential effect in the control of food intake and satiety.
00 water (and) polyglyceryl-5 oleate (and) sodium cocoyl glutamate (and) glyceryl caprylate (and) citric acid) Hebeatol Plus (Chemyunion) (Xylityl sesquicaprylate) 0.
On May 1, 2009, Emisphere Technologies was informed by an independent expert panel of scientists that its Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl) Amino] Caprylate ("SNAC") carrier has been provisionally designated as Generally Recognized as Safe ("GRAS") for its intended application in combination with nutrients added to food and dietary supplements.
While the first was rolled out in 2007, the newest offering in the family is SpectrastatTMG2-N (Caprylhydroxamic acid (and) glyceryl caprylate (and) glycerin), which is NSF certified and acceptable for use in organic personal care products.
NASDAQ: EMIS) today announced that the company has been informed by an independent expert panel of scientists that its Sodium N-[8-(2-hydroxybenzoyl) Amino] Caprylate ("SNAC") carrier has been provisionally designated as Generally Recognized as Safe ("GRAS") for its intended application in combination with nutrients added to food and dietary supplements.
and) alumina (and) glyceryl caprylate (and) squalane)
For example, consumption of preservative boosters--such as caprylyl glycol, glyceryl caprylate and ethylhexylglycerin--is growing at the expense of traditional preservatives as they also deliver emolliency to formulations, said Kline in its findings.
For example, consumption of preservative boosters, such as caprylyl glycol, glyceryl caprylate and ethylhexylglycerin, is growing at the expense of traditional preservatives as they also deliver emolliency to formulations.