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stearate

[′stir‚āt]
(organic chemistry)
C17H35COOM A salt or ester of stearic acid where M is a monovalent radical, for example, sodium stearate, C17H35COONa.
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For the first time, we recently found a label that specifies that the calcium stearate is vegetable-based: http://www.
The global calcium stearate market can be divided, based on application, into the following segments: Plastic and rubber industries; construction industry; personal care and pharmaceutical industries; and paper, food, and other industries.
There have been allegations on the Internet that magnesium stearate suppresses immunity and reduces nutrient absorption by forming a biofilm in the intestines.
For more than 80 years, magnesium stearate has been used by tablet manufacturers worldwide and it is estimated that it is used in around 70% of all food supplement tablets produced.
Magnesium stearate RSN 1-1 for lubricating ABS resins.
Figure 1 shows typical TGA results and Tab/e 1 lists the temperature at 50% weight loss for the ODAB derivatives and for zinc stearate.
Three alleles that cause an increase in stearate content, fas, fasa, and fasb were developed by chemical mutagenesis (Graef et al.
In addition for the production of unsaturated polyester resin so as to produce fiber-reinforced plastics, the calcium stearate also be widely used in the production of automobiles, aircraft parts, yachts, cooling tower, building materials and other products.
Magnesium stearate (MgSt) is a magnesium salt of stearic acid, which is widely used as a lubricant for tablets, capsules and powders in the pharmaceutical industry.
Magnesium stearate has just two ingredients: magnesium and stearic acid.
Paraffin wax, calcium stearate and blends of wax/stearate include C-Wax 100 for PVC extrusion; S-Waxes 1, 2, 3, and 4 blends of C-Wax 100 and calcium stearate; and S-Wax 3, 50% paraffin wax and 50% calcium stearate.