ETHYL OLEATE CAS:111-62-6 Product introduction
Product Name: ETHYL OLEATE
Ethyl oleate Characteristic:
1.Ethyl oleate occurs as a pale yellow to almost colorless, mobile, oily liquid with a taste resembling that of olive oil and a slight, but not rancid odor.
2.Ethyl oleate is described in the USP32–NF27 as consisting of esters of ethyl alcohol and high molecular weight fatty acids, principally oleic acid. A suitable antioxidant may be included.
Ethyl oleate COA:
|This product is colorless to light yellow clear liquid .
|light yellow clear liquid
|Assay(Total ester content)
|According to the national standard GB2 9938-2013, and the results are in accordance with the provisions.
Ethyl oleate Application:
Ethyl oleate is utilized as an ingredient for the preparations of pharmaceutical drugs that involves lipophilic substances such as steroids. Due to its quick degradation of the digestive system, ethyl oleate is employed as a way for intramuscular drug delivery by compounding pharmacies. In some cases, the compound is used in the preparation of day-to-day doses of progesterone in the sustenance of pregnancy.
It is used in the transport industry as a lubricant and as a plasticiser. It is also used as a planting agent and for treating surfaces.
Ethyl oleate is used as a food additive and is regulated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is also used as a flavouring agent in food.
Ethyl oleate Package:
1kg/bottle, 20kg/drum, 200kg/drum
Ethyl oleate storage and transportation:
Ethyl oleate should be stored in a cool, dry place in a small, wellfilled, well-closed container, protected from light. When a partially filled container is used, the air should be replaced by nitrogen or another inert gas.
Ethyl oleate oxidizes on exposure to air, resulting in an increase in the peroxide value. It remains clear at 5°C, but darkens in color on standing. Antioxidants are frequently used to extend the shelf life of ethyl oleate.
Protection from oxidation for over 2 years has been achieved by storage in amber glass bottles with the addition of combinations of propyl gallate, butylated hydroxyanisole, butylated hydroxytoluene, and citric or ascorbic acid. A concentration of 0.03% w/v of a mixture of propyl gallate (37.5%), butylated hydroxytoluene (37.5%), and butylated hydroxyanisole (25%) was found to be the best antioxidant for ethyl oleate.
Ethyl oleate may be sterilized by heating at 150°C for 1 hour.
Ethyl oleate Related Products——Pharmaceutical excipients:
|Soybean oil, hydrogenated