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- The potentized remedy
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- Colchicum autumnale
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- Isolation of Trimyristin from Nutmeg and Its Hydrolysis to Myristic Acid
- Hydrolysis to Myristic Acid. Compounds having complex molecular structures can be separated from natural materials.
- A Review of Monolaurin and Lauric Acid
- Monolaurin, a monoester formed from lauric acid (medium- chain fatty acids) eride of lauric acid (monolaurin) has been reported since 1966.
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- Animal ingredients often found in home improvement products
- If ingredients are listed, animal-based fatty acids may be listed as caprylic acid, lauric acid, myristic acid, oleic acid, palmitic acid and stearic acid.
- 비누 대신 꼭 클렌징 폼을 써야 하는 이유
- 비누는 스테아릭산(Stearic acid), 올레익산(Oleic acid), 미리스틱산(myristic acid), 라우릭산(lauric acid) 등과 같은 여러 종류의 지방산 염의 형태로 특징적인 분자구조를 가지고 있어, 노폐물이나 오염물질이 물에 쉽게 씻겨 나가도록 도와준다.
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- Myristic acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Myristic acid, also called tetradecanoic acid, is a common saturated fatty acid with the molecular formula CH3(CH2)12COOH.
- MYRISTIC ACID (N-TETRADECANOIC ACID)
- MYRISTIC ACID. EINECS NO. 208-875-2.
- Myristic Acid - PubChem Public Chemical Database
- Myristic Acid - Compound Summary (CID 11005).
- DrugBank: MYRISTIC ACID (DB08231)
- Sep 15, 2010 Identification. Name, MYRISTIC ACID. Accession Number, DB08231.
- Myristic Acid CAS (544-63-8) sc-205393
- Buy Myristic Acid (CAS 544-63-8), a 14 carbon saturated fatty acid, from Santa Cruz Biotechnology. Molecular Formula C14H28O2, Molecular Weight 228.4.
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