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esters of glycerol and organic or mineral acids. Mono-, di-, and triglycerides are known; they contain respectively one, two, or three acid radicals in the molecule—for example,





The radicals may be identical or different. Of the glycerides based on inorganic acids, the triglyceride of nitric acid (nitroglycerin) is of practical significance. The glycerides of carboxylic acids (the higher and a few lower acyclic acids) are the main component of vegetable and animal oils and fats. Glycerides may also be synthesized—for example, monoglycerides and diglycerides can be created by the action of alkali metal salts of acyclic acids on the appropriate chlorohydrins of glycerol. Triglycerides can be created by the direct esterification of glycerol with excess acids. The saponification of fatty-acid glycerides in industry is a source of soap and glycerol.

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In order to simultaneously characterize lipids and polar metabolites with different intensity, a novel liquid-liquid extraction method was developed to extract and separate them from one micro amount of sample (100 [micro]l) and then sphingolipids was analyzed on triple quadrupole LC-MS; phosphoglycerides, glycerides and sphingomyelins were analyzed on high resolution LC-MS: and polar metabolites were determined on another triple quadrupole LC-MS.
Acrylation of castor oil glycerides (steps c-f) in Scheme 4; The four-necked reactor containing the 20 wt% solution of castor oil glycerides in xylene was equipped with stirrer, thermometer, and dropping funnel.
Most glycerides stored in fat body must be transported to other sites for oxidation (Candy 1985).
Kolstad, JJ, Benson, RD, Bloomer, SD, Tsobanakis, P, "Method of Preparation of Purified Glycerides, and, Producs.
To overcome these challenges the CDC has developed a robust isotope dilution-GC-MS (ID-GC-MS) secondary RMP for total glycerides in serum to more accurately standardize routine clinical serum glyceride measurements.
In this study the microwave-assisted transesterification between CMC and the triacyl glycerides of rapeseed oil was investigated and the chemical, surface-active and associative properties of the obtained water-soluble amphophilic CMC derivatives were characterized.
It should now be possible to produce acetyl glycerides in transgenic oilseed crops or single cell production systems such as algae that are the focus of much current effort in biofuels research.
It is found in natural fats and vegetable as glycerides (esters of glycerol and fatty acids), from which is obtained by saponification.
Fortunately, unlike the majority of plant oils, the extract--derived from ripe Saw Palmetto berries--has a very high content of free fatty acids (FFA) and, correspondingly, a rather low content of bound fatty acids (BFA) in the form of glycerides, along with an insignificant amount of ethyl esters.
The excipients used are mixtures of solvents, surfactants, glycerides etc.
It will measure the percentage of biodiesel in diesel fuel as well as total glycerides during the biodiesel reaction process.