lauryl alcohol

  • 1 lauryl alcohol — [lôr′əl] n. [< ModL Laurus (see LAURIC ACID) + YL] a white solid, C12H26O, which has a low melting point and yields a pleasant smelling liquid: used in the manufacture of detergents, perfumes, etc …

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  • 2 lauryl alcohol — noun a colorless insoluble solid alcohol used to make detergents and pharmaceuticals • Syn: ↑1 dodecanol • Hypernyms: ↑alcohol * * * noun 1. : a crystalline compound CH3(CH2)10CH2OH made by reduction of ethyl laurate; normal dodecyl alcohol …

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  • 3 lauryl alcohol — lau·ryl alcohol .lȯr əl , .lär n a compound C12H26O also a liquid mixture of this and other alcohols used esp. in making detergents (as sodium lauryl sulfate) …

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  • 4 lauryl alcohol — noun Date: 1922 a solid alcohol C12H26O …

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  • 5 lauryl alcohol — /lɒrəl ˈælkəhɒl/ (say loruhl alkuhhol) noun a crystalline aliphatic alcohol, CH3(CH2)10CH2OH, used in the manufacture of detergents …

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  • 6 lauryl alcohol — /lawr il, lor /, Chem. a compound that, depending upon purity, is either a crystalline solid or colorless liquid, C12H26O, obtained by the reduction of fatty acids of coconut oil: used chiefly in the manufacture of synthetic detergents. [1920 25; …

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  • 7 lauryl alcohol — noun 1 dodecanol …

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  • 8 lauryl alcohol — lau′ryl al′cohol [[t]ˈlɔr ɪl, ˈlɒr [/t]] n. chem. a compound, C12H26O, used chiefly in making synthetic detergents • Etymology: 1920–25; laur(ic acid)+ yl …

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  • 9 Lauryl glucoside — Lauryl glucoside[1] IUPAC name (2R,3 …

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  • 10 lauryl thiocyanate — noun A salt of lauryl alcohol used as a disinfectant • • • Main Entry: ↑laurel …

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  • 11 lauryl — lau·ryl lȯr əl, lär n the monovalent group C12H25 derived from lauryl alcohol see SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE …

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  • 12 lauryl — ˈlȯrə̇l, ˈlär noun ( s) Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary laur + yl 1. : normal dodecyl 2. : a mixture of alkyl radicals derived from commercial lauryl alcohol compare sodium lauryl sulfate …

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  • 13 Sodium lauryl sulfate — Chembox new Name = Sodium dodecyl sulfate ImageFile = SDS 2D skeletal.png ImageSize = 300 ImageFile1 = SDS sheet 3D balls.png ImageSize1 = 300 IUPACName = Sodium dodecyl sulfate OtherNames = Sodium monododecyl sulfate; Sodium lauryl sulfate;… …

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  • 14 sodium lauryl sulfate — n the crystalline sodium salt C12H25NaO4S of sulfated lauryl alcohol also a mixture of sulfates of sodium consisting principally of this salt and used as a detergent, wetting, and emulsifying agent (as in toothpastes, ointments, and shampoos) * * …

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  • 15 sodium lauryl sulfate — noun a caustic detergent useful for removing grease; although commonly included in personal care items (shampoos and toothpastes etc.) it can irritate skin and should not be swallowed • Syn: ↑sodium lauryl sulphate, ↑SLS • Hypernyms: ↑sulfate,… …

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  • 16 sodium lauryl sulfate — Date: 1885 the crystalline sodium salt C12H25NaO4S of sulfated lauryl alcohol; also a mixture of sulfates of sodium consisting principally of this salt and used as a detergent, wetting agent, and emulsifying agent (as in toothpastes, ointments,… …

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  • 17 dodecyl alcohol — noun : lauryl alcohol 1 …

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  • 18 Sodium dodecyl sulfate — Not to be confused with Sodium laureth sulfate. Sodium lauryl sulfate …

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  • 19 Dodecanol — Dodecanol[1] …

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  • 20 Organosulfate — Structure of an alkylsulfate (not show is the cation such as sodium or ammonium). Organosulfates are a class of organic compounds sharing a common functional group commonly with the structure R O SO3 . The SO4 core is a sulfate group and the R… …

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