Capric acid

Definition of Capric acid

are fatty acids occurring in small quantities in butter, cocoanut oil, etc., united with glycerin; they are colorless oils, or white crystalline solids, of an unpleasant odor like that of goats or sweat.

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Related Words

decanoic acid, saturated fatty acid
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