fatty ester

fatty ester

[′fad·ē ′es·tər]
(organic chemistry)
RCOOR′ A fatty acid in which the alkyl group (R′) of a monohydric alcohol replaces the active hydrogen; for example, RCOOCH3 from reaction of RCOOH with methane.
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Renewable raw material such as oil could be converted into its corresponding fatty ester (biodiesel) by transesterification reactions.
Sorbact's high hydrophobic properties come from the natural fatty ester that coats the Sorbact fabric and is bound through a covalent binding to the Sorbact fabric.
Product types include Hydrobrite oils for PVC, glycerol fatty ester, and bis(stearoyl)ethylene diamine.
1999) evaluated soybean lines with modified fatty ester profiles and found no association between palmitate and tocopherol content.
Genetic analyses of soybean mutants with major genes for altered fatty ester content have demonstrated that modifying genes can influence the segregation observed when a mutant line is crossed with conventional cultivars (Graef et al.
A five-seed bulk sample from each plant was analyzed for fatty ester composition.
The LP and NP plants that were selected based on the phytate assay were evaluated for fatty ester content.
Product types include paraffin and polyethylene waxes, paraffin oil, glycerol fatty ester, and bis(stearoyl)ethylene diamine.
To reduce the number of lines, a five-seed bulk from each plot was analyzed for fatty ester content of palmitate, stearate, oleate, linoleate, and linolenate.
An example is Crompton's Marklube L123, which has both external and internal lubricating properties, whereas widely used fatty ester lubricants have lower melting points and act only as internal lubricants.
The one-third of the seed that did not contain the embryonic axis was analyzed for fatty ester content by gas chromatography as described by Hammond (1991).