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N-docosanoic acid

n-docosanoic acid --> behenic acid

CH3(CH2)20COOH;a constituent of most fats and fish oils; large amounts are found in jamba, mustard seed, rapeseed oils, and cerebrosides.

Synonym: n-docosanoic acid.


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