Definition of Stearines

1. stearine [n] - See also: stearine



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stearines

stearage
stearages
stearate
stearated
stearates
steard
steare
steared
steares
stearic
stearic acid
stearidonic
stearidonic acid
stearin
stearine
stearines (current term)
stearing
stearins
stearolic
stearone
stearones
stearoptene
stearoptenes
stearoyl
stearoyls
stears
stearyl
steatite
steatites
steatitic

Literary usage of Stearines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of Analytical and Applied Chemistry edited by Edward Hart (1889)
"10o (r—a) then x— 1.5 b+ca 2-5 As an illustration of this formula take the mean numbers obtained in the tables of samples for lard, cotton oil, stearines ..."

2. Journal of Analytical Chemistry by Edward Hart (1889)
"For oleo-stearine the number is 1 .4582 For lard-stearine the number is '-4594 The determination of a much larger number of samples of the stearines would ..."

3. Aids in the Commercial Analysis of Oils, Fats, and Their Commercial Products by George Fenwick Pickering (1917)
"The chief use of the recovered stearines is in the leather trade. ... The practice of mixing paraffin wax with the various stearines has grown to very large ..."

4. Edible Oils & Fats by Charles Ainsworth Mitchell (1918)
"Coconut oil and palm oil are fractionated by a similar process of slow, steady pressure at a low temperature into their respective " stearines " and ..."

5. Edible Oils & Fats by Charles Ainsworth Mitchell (1918)
"Coconut oil and palm oil are fractionated by a similar process of slow, steady pressure at a low temperature into their respective " stearines " and ..."

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