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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of glycerol tristearate

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of glycerol tristearate:
/ɡlɪsɹ̩owl tɹɪstɪɹejt/

Derived Form of glycerol

noun
plural: glycerols
Noun
1
a sweet syrupy trihydroxy alcohol obtained by saponification of fats and oils
Synonymsglycerin, glycerine,
Hypernymsalcohol,
Type ofalcohol,
See alsoglycerolize,

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  1. of the glycerol, this is what glycerol is CH2OH CHOH CH2OH. When we study the fatty
  2. glyceraldehydes. The basic form is glycerol, and then from glycerol, we form glyceroldehyde.
  3. been used to esterify the -OH groups of the glycerol. The extreme -OH groups of the glycerol
  4. We have glycerol. Glycerol is CH2OH CHOH-CH2OH. Glycerophospolipids are what comprise lipid
  5. been used to esterify the -OH groups of the glycerol. The extreme -OH groups of the glycerol
  6. basic structure? The basic structure is glycerol. The two carbons of glycerol have been esterified
  7. gluconeogenic precursors are glycerol and lactate again because glycerol
  8. right down also glycerol ester of wood
  9. rosin is inside this beverage glycerol
  10. glycerol, which acts as an anti-freeze!
  11. In fact, back in the day, humans used to use glycerol as anti-freeze for their cars!
  12. So, ants are able to keep from freezing in the winter due to glycerol produced prior
  13. glucose - your body makes its own glucose from things like glycerol and lactate.
  14. the glycerol backbone and the fatty acid tails.
  15. This leads to the breaking of the ester bond and the formation of glycerol and fatty acid salts.
  16. are being hydrolyzed, forming salted fatty acids and glycerol.
  17. The electrons on the oxygen moved to reform the double bond, and the carbon-oxygen bond between the fatty acid and the glycerol is broken.
  18. The negative charge on the oxygen of glycerol then picks up the acidic hydrogen of the fatty acid.
  19. This reaction is repeated two more times to completely detach the glycerol backbone.
  20. And one table spoon of glycerol.