ricinoleic

ricinoleic

(ˌrɪsɪnˈəʊliːɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of or relating to ricinoleic acid or something derived from it
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There are various substitutes for isostearic acids (such as lauric acid, myristic acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, ricinoleic acid, oleic acid, behenic acid, erucic acid, and coconut fatty acid), which are readily available in the market at lower prices.
6) Castor oil is not used as a food source and it is chiefly composed of triglycerides of ricinoleic acid, with minor contributions from oleic, linoleic, and others.
The pharmacologically active molecule in the oil is ricinoleic acid, which is approximately 90% of the entire fatty acid chain composition.
In literature, castor oil (CO) was suggested as a polyol component for decreasing swelling degree of polymer due to its high content of ricinoleic acid, which has a hydroxyl functional group on the 12th carbon [8, 9], The United States Food and Drug Administration has categorized CO as "generally recognized as safe and effective.
For nylon, the fatty acid molecule of interest is sebacic acid; for the polyol it is ricinoleic acid.
Its 90-percent ricinoleic acid content imparts characteristics that help make castor oil ideal for biodiesel.
The major fatty acid component of castor oil is ricinoleic acid, which comprises 90% of the fatty acid profile.
7] G Iacazio, D Martiin, B Faure & M H N Guyen, 2002, "Isolation and characterisation of 8-hydroxy-3Z, 5Z-tetradecadienoic acid, a putative intermediate in Pichia guilliermondic [gamma]-decalactone biosynthesis from ricinoleic acid", FEMS microbiology letters 209, pp.
Alkyd paints are based on alkyd resin precursors, which are polyesters incorporating unsaturated fatty acid chains such as oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid, and ricinoleic acid.
However, castor oil, which is converted to ricinoleic acid in the gut, is an irritant that may induce premature labor.
Triacylglycerides of ricinoleic and lesquerellic acid both contain three hydroxyl functional groups, and are therefore referred to as triols.