Lauric

Related to Lauric: Myristic, Palmitic, stearic

Lau´ric


a.1.Pertaining to, or derived from, the European bay or laurel (Laurus nobilis).
2.pertaining to or combined with lauric acid, the 12-carbon member of the fatty acid series; combined with the acyl group of lauric acid.
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One such compound is lauric acid, a fatty acid known for its antifungal and antimicrobial properties.
Summary: Lauoryl Chloride also known as dodecanoyl chloride or a lauric acid chloride is a colourless or light yellowish in colour liquid which is soluble in ethanol and methanol.
"Virgin coconut oil is rich in lauric acid, a proven anti-viral and antibacterial agent.
VCO is rich in lauric acid, a medium-chain fatty acid that is converted to monolaurin by the human body.
Primary Industries Minister Teresa Kok stated on the sidelines of the 30th Annual Palm and Lauric Oils Conference and Exhibition in Malaysia by saying: 'At the moment, we do not have any idea to boycott any product from any country yet.
Lauric oils were mostly offered between $5 and $25 a tonne down from Tuesday, with many Malaysian players returned from the long weekend, mostly tracking weaker palm oil and because sellers were lowering prices to attract buyers.
Coconut oil is valued highly for its high content of medium chain fatty acids (lauric acid).
Emerald Expands Its Portfolio * Emerald Kalama Chemical launched C-12 lauric aldehyde expanding the organization's portfolio of linear aldehyde fragrance ingredients.
International Resource News-June 5, 2018--Emerald Kalama Chemical launches Kalama(R) C-12 Lauric Aldehyde
As shown in the tables, coconut oil is composed mostly of lauric acid and jatropha curcas oil is composed mainly of oleic and linoleic acids, whereas sunflower oil is composed mainly of linoleic acid.