fatty oil

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fatty oil

n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for fixed oil
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Noun1.fatty oil - nonvolatile animal or plant oil
oil - a slippery or viscous liquid or liquefiable substance not miscible with water
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Its effectiveness in dissolving fatty oils among other things makes it the preferred agent for cleaning sludge off the bottoms of boilers and for cleaning beer kegs.
4 Boost Your Omega-3 Intake Along with plenty of water, tear production also requires fatty oils.
A laser is used within the deep fats to break up the fat cells walls allowing the fatty oils to leak out, and disrupt the cells for subsequent removing.
The amazing fatty oils in these recipes have been found to improve your circulation and encourage healthy respiratory function.
Because of the high content of unsaturated fatty oils, Camelina-seed oil belongs to the group of fast-drying oils; this is why it is used for producing environmentally friendly polymers, varnishes and paints.
The walnuts have a great nutritional value for the children as they contain a lot of the minerals such as iron, copper and zinc, in addition to the calcium, and a huge amount of fatty oils and proteins.
The main compounds include saponins (for example, jujuboside A and jujuboside B), flavonoids (for example, swertisin and spinosin) and fatty oils (for example, oleic acid and linoleic acid) (Zhao et al.
Fatty oils and omega 3 fatty acids in oily fish are great for brain development and preservation.