Definition of Glycerol tristearate
1. Noun. A triglyceride of stearic acid.
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1. Principles of Biochemistry for Students of Medicine, Agriculture and Related by Thorburn Brailsford Robertson (1920)
"... at ordinary temperatures, while mutton-fat, which contains a high proportion of glycerol tristearate, is solid or semi-solid at ordinary temperatures. ..."
2. A Foundation Course in Chemistry for Students of Agriculture and Technology by J. W. Dodgson (1913)
"It is, in fact, glycerol tristearate — an ester. The reaction with caustic soda may therefore be represented thus : — - C2H6 + ..."
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