propyl gallate


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propyl gallate

[′prō·pəl ′ga‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
C3H7OOCC6H2(OH)3 Colorless crystals with a melting point of 150°C; used to prevent or retard rancidity in edible fats and oils.
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Propyl gallate (PG) and 3-tert-butyl-4-hydroxyanisol (TBH) were used as standard whereas dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) was used as negative control.
A small circle of information identifies the number and below (in red) is "Hormel Minnesota Austin, Minn." In type almost too small to read without a magnifying glass is this: "With not more than 1/100 of 1 percent butylated hydroxyanisole, 1/100 of 1 percent propyl gallate and 5/1000 of 1 percent of citric acid in propylene glycol added as preservatives."
Accordingly, the purpose of the present work was synthesize and characterize the manganese 3,4-(methylenedioxi)cinnamate compound (MnMCA) in order to use it to modify CPE, aiming its application in the detection of the antioxidant propyl gallate (PG, Figure 1) in biodiesel samples.
Dodecyl gallate, octyl gallate, and propyl gallate (gallate mix) are antioxidant substances used as preservatives in cosmetics (lipstick, liposome containing creams, body lotions, facial moisturizers, facial cleanser, body wash and cleansers, hair conditioners, and foundation lotions), foods, and the topical pharmaceutical preparations.
* Propyl Gallate. Animal studies suggest that this preservative might promote cancer, however additional research is needed.
They found that the activity of ferulic acid was greater than that of coumaric acid, which was greater than that of propyl gallate. This, in turn, was greater than that of gallic acid,
Propyl Gallate used in meat products, potato sticks, vegetables packed with sauces, vegetable shortening and oils, chewing gum, pickles, may damage the liver or may cause birth defects.
So, scientists at North Carolina A&T State University wanted to determine the ability of L-ascorbic acid and propyl gallate, alone or in combination with lactic acid, to inhibit the growth of E.
Manufacturers routinely add the artificial preservative, propyl gallate to prevent unwanted oxidation of omega-3 fatty acids and/or vitamin E.
Many grocery store brands list monosodium glutamate, propyl gallate (a food preservative) and corn syrup solids.
Propyl gallate (PG) complexes have been successfully used for adsorptive stripping of other metals such as chromium and uranium (7).
The final topping of this unhealthy concoction is lots of preservatives, such as BHA, BHT, Ethoxyquin, propyl gallate, benzoate of soda plus artificial colorings and flavorings.