CAS no.:18641-57-1
Molecular Formula:C69H134O6
Molecular Weight:1059.8
Docosanoic acid is a long-chain saturated blubbery acid that exists by itself as a triglyceride in canola, peanut, and abyssal beastly oils as able-bodied as beastly milk fats and peanut skins. Commercially, docosanoic acid is consistently acclimated to accord hair conditioners and moisturizers their cutting properties. As a comestible oil, docosanoic acid has poor bioavailability in humans, yet compared with oleic acid, docosanoic acid decidedly raises serum absolute and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol concentrations.

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