methyl myristate

methyl myristate

[′meth·əl mə′ri‚stāt]
(organic chemistry)
CH3(CH2)12COOCH3 A colorless liquid with a boiling point of 186.8°C; used in the manufacture of detergents, plasticizers, resins, textiles, and animal feeds, and as a flavoring. Also known as methyl tetradecanoate.
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Methyl myristate C15H30O2###50.21###291.6###Acree, 1993[27]###62.64###-24.76
Reference standard, supelco 10 and 30 (mix of 20% of methyl stearate, methyl palmitate, metyl linoleate, methyl linoleic, methyl oleate, methyl capric, methyl caprilic, methyl myristate and Methyl Laurate) was purchased from Sigma Aldrich Sdn Bhd for GC analysis.
As can be seen in Figure 13 and Table 4, the most abundant methyl esters in CCO biodiesel sample is methyl myristate (3.83 min), followed by methyl palmitate (4.35 min), methyl heptadecanoate standard (5.12 min), methyl stearate (5.65 min), methyl oleate (6.15 min), and methyl linoleate (6.68 min).
For example, the cetane number value of 1-tetra-decanol (C14 alcohol) is 80.8 and for methyl myristate ([C.sub.14] acid methyl ester) it is 66.2 [90].
Tetradecanoic acid ME (methyl myristate) (33)###0.16###-###-###-###4.86###7.74###1725###1723###24
Eleven components were identified in subfraction NM-1, the main constituents of NM-1 were methyl 10-methyldodecanate (76.0 %), methyl myristate (34.9%), 9-hexadecanoic acid methyl ester (5.9%) and neophytadiene (5.5%).