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stearyl alcohol

[′sti‚ril ′al·kə‚höl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)16CH2OH Oily white, combustible flakes; insoluble in water, soluble in alcohol, acetone, and ether; melt at 59°C; used in lubricants, resins, perfumes, and cosmetics, and as a surface-active agent.
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More recently, a Cal/BD formulation was developed utilizing polyoxypropylene-11 stearyl ether and liquid and soft paraffins, creating an alcohol-free aerosol foam that is propelled from an aluminum canister upon application to Pso-affected skin; this Cal/ BD-AF formulation is approved by the FDA for once-daily topical treatment of Pso and retains the homogenous distribution and stability characteristics of the previous ointment and suspension Cal/BD formulations discussed above.
Formula for (Hydrophilic Petrolatum USP) Absorption Ointment Base Ingredient Quantity(g) White Petrolatum (Plate 15) 85 White Wax 8 Stearyl Alcohol (Plate 16) 3 Cholesterol (Plate 17) 3 Table 5.
Allyloxy nonylphenol propyl polyoxyethylene (10), ether sulfate (DNS-86), and stearyl methacrylate (SMA) were supplied by Guangzhou Shuangjian Trading (China).
Based on number of formulation trials, it was finalized that blend containing Avicel[R] PH 200 as a diluent, sodium stearyl fumarate as a lubricant, talc as an anti-adherant, Aeroperl-300 as a glidant with combination of sodium carbonate and magnesium oxide makes the formulation having micro-environmental pH in higher alkaline range, which is flowable and non-sticky in its physical nature as stated with actual quantity in Table 3.
The current study was aimed at developing sustained- release formulation of diltiazem HCl using gelucire alone or in combination with stearyl alcohol for lipid matrix capsules and high viscosity grade HPMC for matrix tablet.
The colorimetric and HPLC methods were evaluated in terms of linearity, assay precision, and accuracy by using pharmaceutical preparations compounded from a mixture of lactose, starch, talc, povidone K30, croscarmellose, and stearyl fumarate, which contained known amounts of oseltamivir phosphate.
The process begins with a mixture of a dispersant, a pigment, styrene, and a crystalline monomer such as stearyl acrylate.
Lipids were extracted for 2 h in 2:2:1 (v/v/v) water:methanol:chloroform to which stearyl alcohol had been added as an internal standard.
Proaid AC 18-DSA is a saturated stearyl amine primarily used as an internal mill release for rubber articles.
The fatty alcohols like cetyl, stearyl and ceteryl are used as emollients but are often wrongly associated with ethyl.
On heating, this CT complex dissociates, and the iodine thus made free will be surrounded by the long chain hydrocarbon environment provided by the stearyl group.
Its ingredients, including petrolatum, stearyl alcohol