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o·le·ate

 (ō′lē-āt′)
n.
An ester or a salt of oleic acid.
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oleate

(ˈəʊlɪˌeɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) any salt or ester of oleic acid, containing the ion C17H33COO or the group C17H33COO-: common components of natural fats
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o•le•ate

(ˈoʊ liˌeɪt)

n.
1. an ester or a salt of oleic acid.
2. a preparation that contains oleic acid as the principal ingredient.
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On the other hand, solid and liquid oleates have different Fe coordination to the carboxylic groups of the oleic acid as shown by IR spectroscopy (Figures 1(a) and 1(b)), being bidentate in the case of the solid oleate instead of monodentate.
Reaction selectivity was favored the formation of oleates. Concerning the selectivity of the reaction in relation to the percentage of the Pd/C, it was observed in all experiments that selectivity for oleate formation increased with decreasing percentages of Pd/C.
Also Glycolube esters (ranging from glycerol monostearates and oleates to pentaerythritol tetra-stearate) as internal lubricants and mold-release agents.
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The line includes adipates, azelates, benzoates, maleates, oleates, phthalates, sebacates and tallates.
Copper oleates are ineffective; they don't contain enough copper to kill all of the Taphrina fungus.
Line includes adipates, azelates, beazoates, maleates, oleates, phthalates, sebacates and tallates.
Glycolube esters (ranging from glycerol monostearates and oleates to pentaerythritol tetra-stearate) also offered as internal lubricants and mold-release agents.
Glycolube esters (ranging from glycerol monostearates and oleates to pentaerythritol tetra-stearate) are also offered as internal lubricants and mold-release agents.