Drug name for Omega-3 fatty acid?
Omega-3 fatty acids are a family of n-3 fatty acids and therefore not a drug or chemical. There is no more specific a name for this group of fatty acids than omega-3.
Three fatty acids in this group that are of nutritional significance in the human diet are: α-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA).
Fatty acids are a group of chemical compounds rather than an individual substance. They are properly referred to as fatty acids. The specific chemical name depends on the individual acid.
Trans fat is the common name for unsaturatedfat with transisomer fatty acid.
Alpha Linoleic acid
If 1 of the glycerol's OH groups is attached to a fatty acid it is a monoglyceride. If it is 2 or 3 then it is a di or triglyceride respectively. If there are 3 fatty acids and one gycleride, then the substance is namely a lipid.
Lecithin is a another name for phosphatidyl choline. Hydrolysis to remove the fatty acid chains from the choline followed by HPLC can determine which fatty acid chains are attached.
Glycerol plus Fatty acid-monoglyceride plus water forms through condensation reaction a Triglyceride
The proper name for the drug Aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid, so it is an acid.
The drug acid is also called LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide)
Fish oil contains two Omega 3 fatty acids called Docoashexaenoic and eicosapentaenoic acid
Yes, it is; along with Lauric, Myristic, Palmitic, [Stearic], Arachidic and Lignoceric: all are Saturated 'fatty acids'. The symbol for [the common name] Stearic acid is 18:0, it's structure is CH3(CH2-18)COOH, it's systematic name is n-Octadecanoic acid and it's melting point is 69.6 degrees C.
Proteins: Amino Acid Carbohydrates: Glucose Fats: fatty acid and glycerol
Fatty Acids are the name we use to give Carboxylic Acids with long hydrocarbon chains. These hydrocarbon chains can contain one or more double bonds, which we can refer to the Fatty Acid as being unsaturated. Saturated fatty acids are simple long chains. Some Examples: Saturated Stearic Acid - CH3(CH2)16COOH Lauric Acid - CH3(CH2)10COOH Arachidic Acid - CH3(CH2)18COOH Unsaturated Oleic Acid - CH3(CH2)7CH=CH(CH2)7COOH Erucic Acid - CH3(CH2)7CH=CH(CH2)11COOH Palmitoleic Acid - CH3(CH2)5CH=CH(CH2)7COOH
The generic name is Aspirin or acetylsalicylic acid.
acetic acid It is also the 0th fatty acid, having no lipid chain just a methyl group in the place the lipid chain would go.
What is the name of the functional group on the ends of fatty acids that lose their OH in order to bond to the glycerol?
A carboxyl, or acid, group.
What name is given to the following reaction glycerol plus fatty acid right arrow monoglyceride plus water?
yes it is because it's name is the same as the ingredients that it has.
The IUPAC name would be 1-nonadecanoic acid. I am not aware of a common name for this. Naturally occuring "fatty" acids have even numbers of carbons, such as 1-octadecanoic acid with 18, and these have "common" names like stearic acid. Odd numbered long chain acids are synthetic and typically do not have common names.
Omeprazole is the generic name for the drug Prilosec. This drug is a proton pump inhibitor, which is a type of antacid that reduces acid secretions in the stomach.
Soaps are Sodium or Potassium salts of long chain fatty acids as Palmitic acid, Stearic acid, oleic acid e.t.c, so their chemical names are Sodium palmitate, Sodium stearate, Potassium oleate e.t.c
A drug that inhibits gastric acid secretion which is basically saying that it reduces the amount of acid that your stomach produces. Omerprazole is the generic name for Prilosec.
There are many different substances used for cleaning called soap. One is basically sodium lauryl sulfate. Another, old fashioned lye soap, is mostly sodium stearate. Liquid soaps may be made from palm oil, coconut oil, or other vegetable oils instead of beef fat. The end of the name comes from the name of a fatty acid: lauric acid, stearic acid, palmitic acid, oleic acid, and so on. The different names tell scientists how many carbons… Read More
The unique component of oiticica oil is alpha licanic acid, which has the IUPAC name of (9Z,11E,13E)-4-Oxooctadeca-9,11,13-trienoic acid.
Well "acid" is a street name for Lysergic acid diethylamide more commonly abbreviated to LSD. It is a very psychoactive drug which cause hallucinations of all 5senses. Such as seeing the pink elephant in your room. Imagine being in willy wonkas factory that's basically what the drug would make you see exept I would describe it as 10x crazier than that.
The name "Omega-3" indicates that the first double bond occurs on the third carbon atom from the end of the molecule or last position (i.e. the omega position, the last letter in Greek alphabet) To find the place of the double bond, you would count to the third carbon atom from the 'end' carbon atom of the alkenoic acid (the unsaturated fatty acid). More complex unsaturated acid names would include, for example, Omega-3,6,9-Octadecatrienoic acid (linolenic… Read More
olive oil Yes it is a hydrocarbon, like all organic materials, but it isn't a carbohydrate :) It's pure fat, like all oils. Olive Oil Olive oil is a triacylgylceride: three fatty acids attached to a glycerol backbone. Technically it is a type of glycerolipid. Triacylglycerols (Triglycerides or Fats) are the major energy reserve for plants and animals. Fatty Acids: Olive Oil is a complex compound made of fatty acids, vitamins, volatile components, water soluble… Read More
The acids present in vegetables, fruits and dairy products are fatty acids. Other acids which are present mainly in fruits and dairy products are citric acid and lactic acid respectively.
Esomeprazole is a proton-pump inhibitor whose main purpose is to reduce the production of gastric acid on a long-term basis. The brand-name drug is known as Nexium.
You must be referring to triglycerides: the collective name for what most people refer to as fats, oils, lards, tallows, etc.
Fatty Voss's birth name is Frank Voss.
aspirin is a popularly known drug. the chemical name of aspirin is acetyl salicylic acid, an organic compound. it is prepared by the reaction of o-hydroxybenzoic acid(salicylic acid) with acetyl chloride or acetic anhydride.
Fatty George's birth name is Franz Georg Pressler.
No. Motrin is the brand name for ibuprofen, a NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug). Aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid.
No. Tagamet is the commercial name of cimetidine which is drug that reduces the production of stomach acid. Mg and Al based medications neutralise stomach acid rather than affecting production.
Protonix is a brand equivalent for the generic drug pantoprazole sodium (pantoprazole SOD). Pantoprazole sodium is classified as a proton pump inhibitor, a class of drugs commonly used to suppress gastric acid secretion. The medication is proven effective for conditions such as the esophageal damage caused by acid reflux, which occurs in GERD, or for peptic ulcers that occur as a result of the overproduction of gastric acid in Zollinger-Ellison syndrome.
The cuticle. This layer is composed of cutin, and is chemically a hydroxy fatty acid. The cuticle helps the plant retain water and can have a bluish cast, depending on the species of plant.
LSD, or d-lysergic acid diethylamide, is a psychedelic drug more commonly known by its street name "acid". Other street names for the drug include doses, Syd, "cid", L, microdot, Lucy, tabs, trips, or drop. Some refer to it as Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds as a reference to the psychedelic beatles song of the same name. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds is allegedly code for LSD.
Acetylsalicylic acid. It is a salicylate drug used as an analgesic to relieve minor aches and pains, as an antipyretic to reduce fever and an anti-inflammatory.
This drug contains absolutely no aspirin. Nexium is a proton pump inhibitor. The generic name for this drug is esomeprazole magnesium. It's effect is to reduce the amount of acid produced in your stomach and is a treatment for heartburn or indigestion. It has no relationship to aspirin.
The fatty substance in the middle of your bones is yellow marrow.
3 Fatty acids and glycerol make a lipid.
A vegetable oil is based on glycerine and fatty acid and as the name implies is derived from vegetables and plants rather than animals. Rape Seed, Olive, Castor and Linseed are examples of vegetable oils. :) hope it helps
First, let's start with the structure of a carboxylic acid. You may already know that all carboxylic acids have the following structure: O HO-C-R, where R=hydrogen, an alkyl group, an acyl group, or an aryl group. A "fatty acid" is a carboxylic acid where R is a long-chain alkyl group, and an "alkyl group" simply means that the group, a particular part of a molecule, is a hydrocarbon, i.e. it only contains carbon and hydrogen… Read More
Battery acid The name of the acid in lead/acid car batteries is sulphuric acid.
If the name of the acid ends in the letters "ic" and the acid contains oxygen, the name of the anion formed from it replaces the "ic" with "ate". If the name of the acid ends in the letters "ous" and the acid contains oxygen, the name of the anion formed from it replaces the "ous" with "ite." If the name of acid ends in the letters "ic" and the acid does not contain oxygen… Read More
the actual acid name is hydrosulfuric acid.
The name of the acid H2SO3 is Sulfurous acid.