ethyl oleate


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ethyl oleate

[¦eth·əl ′ō·lē‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C20H38O2 A yellow oil, insoluble in water; used as a solvent, plasticizer, and lubricant.
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9) was seen between FAEE summations and ethyl linoleate and ethyl oleate, indicating that these analytes dominated summation calculations.
The researchers fed candy laced with ethyl oleate to bees from two of three age-matched colonies.
He says he'd like to find out how ethyl oleate influences gene expression and hormone activity.
Robinson and other scientists note that the grow-slow pheromone probably contains ingredients besides ethyl oleate.
The instruments, reagents, experimental conditions, and method validation for the HS-SPME and GC-MS measurements as well as the mass spectra of the four FAEEs analyzed (ethyl myristate, ethyl palmitate, ethyl oleate, and ethyl stearate) and the corresponding deuterated [d.
For the e-FAEEs, a similar distribution was found, with the maximum concentrations more distal in the 21-24 cm segment and with an even higher portion of ethyl oleate.
The e-FAEE concentration profile for case HV05 was similar to the profile for i-FAEEs, again with a higher portion of ethyl oleate, particularly in the proximal segments.
Characteristic was a high excess of ethyl oleate in the e-FAEE profile (up to 93%).
Finally, it was observed that in this group, ethyl oleate in the hair as well as in the sebum was not as dominant as in both alcoholic groups A and B described above.
The e-FAEEs generally contained a higher portion of ethyl oleate at the expense of the three saturated esters.
ions m/z 67, 88, and 101 for ethyl palmitate (E16:0), ethyl heptadecanoate (E17:0), ethyl stearate (E18:0), ethyl oleate (E18:1), and ethyl linoleate (E18:2); and ions m/z 79 and 91 for ethyl arachidonate (E20:4), ethyl eicosapentaenoate (E20:5), and ethyl docosahexaenoate (E22:o)].
The organ distribution of total radioactivity from the radiolabeled FAEEs 2 h after delivery into the stomach, for both radiolabeled ethyl oleate and radiolabeled ethyl eicosapentaenoate, indicated that the radioactivity was largely present in the gastrointestinal tract.