lauryl alcohol


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lauryl alcohol

[′lȯr·əl ′al·kə‚hōl]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)11OH A colorless solid which is obtained from coconut oil fatty acids, has a floral odor, and boils at 259°C; used in detergents, lubricating oils, and pharmaceuticals.
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(302) 995-3000; Website: www.aqualon.com INGREDIENTS % Weight Deionized water 341.9 Plantaren 2000 (Cognis) (Decyl glucoside) 115.0 Cetiol LDO (Cognis) (Dicaprylyl ether and lauryl alcohol) 2.5 Lamesoft PO-65 (Cognis) (Coco-glucoside 12.5 and glyceryl oleate) Sodium benzoate 2.5 Natrosol Plus 330 CS (Ashland) (Cetyl 10.6 hydroxyethylcellulose) AquaCat iC (Ashland) (Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium 15.0 chloride and polyquaternium 7) Citric acid 50% solution to adjust pH 5.0 q.s.
Cetiol LDO (Cognis) (Dicaprylyl ether (and) lauryl alcohol) 2.50
Phase A Water 76.2 Polymer JR 400 (Amerchol) 0.2 (Polyquaternium) Phase B Texapon N 70 (Cognis) 14.3 (Sodium laureth sulfate) Dehyton PK 45 (Cognis) 5.4 (Cocamidopropyl betaine) Cetiol LDO (Cognis) 0.8 (Dicaprylyl ether (and) lauryl alcohol) Gluadin WLM (Cognis) 0.7 (Hydrolyzed wheat protein) Perfume, preservative q.s.