stearamide

stearamide

[′stir·ə·məd]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)16CONH2 Colorless leaflets with a melting point of 109°C; used as a corrosion inhibitor in oil wells.
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has expanded its grinding capacity by 50% for atomized and powdered Acrawax ethylene bis stearamide at is Williamsport, PA facility .
INCI: Stearic acid, glycol stearate, stearamide AMP, carbomer, glyceryl stearate, cetyl alcohol
This primary amide, made from a renewable vegetable-based fatty acid source, is reported to be especially suitable for use in LLDPE and PP, where the higher processing temperatures cause volatility and plate-out problems with stearamide.
Primary amides such as stearamide, oleamide and erucamide are internal lubricants having slip and antiblocking properties.
Other solidifiers include PEG-100 stearate, stearamide MEA, paraffin, ozokerite and cetearyl alcohol.
Reducing the degree of degradation prevalent during free-radical maleation required chemical species such as dimethylformamide and stearamide, which have been found to interfere/quench maleic arthydride excimers (6, 10).
Stearamide for release and as an anti-blocking agent;
com Ritafactant 122HFP INCI: Sodium C14-C16 olefin sulfonate (and) ammonium lauryl sulfate (and) cocamidopropyl betaine (and) sodium caproyl lactylate (and) glycol stearate (and) stearamide AMP (and) PEG-150 distearate Use levels: up to 50% Applications: high-foaming shampoos and body wash products Comments: Ritafactant 122HFP is cold mix system that produces an ultra high foam volume.
INCI name: sodium C14-C16 olefin sulfonate (and) ammonium lauryl sulfate (and) cocamidopropyl betaine (and) sodium caproyl lactylate (and) glycol stearate (and) stearamide AMP (and) PEG-150 distearate
14-16] olefin sulfonate (and) ammonium lauryl sulfate (and) cocamidopropyl betaine (and) sodium caproyl lactylate (and) glycol stearate (and) stearamide AMP (and) peq-150 distearate