Definitions

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  • n. A compound having a single oleate ion or group per molecule, or per anion.

Etymologies

From mono- +‎ oleate. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Surfactants like sorbitan monooleate help the H2O and hydrocarbons stay mixed properly.

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  • Sulfodene ingredients include menthol, benzocaine, salicylic acid, sorbitan monooleate, polysorbate 80, cajaput (melaluca lucadendron - tea tree oil), citronella oil, thyme oil, cornmint oil, clove oil (for a full list of ingredients visit www. sulfodene.com) with all mixed into a beeswax / petrolatum base.

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  • In a 22-month lasix iv push in the golden hamster, initial skiing monooleate showed no neurology of reply at yellowish proposals up to 50 mg/kg (approximately 35 dividends the erythropoietic recommended microbicidal activer dose of metaplasia hcl for glues and salads on a mg/m2 basis).

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  • Studies with monooleate by the hematologic hoarseness may approve that there is gentler or that there is healthier minocycline by this shutdown of administration.

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  • SD alcohol 40-B (10\%W / W) sorbitan monooleate, stearalkonium hectorite.

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  • Almgren M, Rangelov S (2006) Polymorph dispersed particles from the bicontinuous cubic phase of glycerol monooleate stabilized by PEG-copolymers with lipid-mimetic hydrophobic anchors.

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  • Rangelov S, Almgren M (2005) Particulate and bulk bicontinuous cubic phases obtained from mixtures of glyceryl monooleate and copolymers bearing blocks of lipid-mimetic anchors in water.

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  • Also the measured values for MLO / diglycerol monooleate (DGMO) - based aqueous dispersions (a-axis ratios of 1. 30-1.34) are consistent with the Bonnet relation

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