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Castor oil CAS 8001-79-4

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Model No.TF-3133

BrandTianfu

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PackagingAs Buyer's Request

Productivity100Ton

TransportationOcean,Land,Air,DHL,TNT

Place of OriginChina

Supply Ability50Ton

CertificateISO

PortShanghai port,Qingdao port

Payment TypeL/C,T/T,D/P,Paypal,Money Gram,Western Union

IncotermFOB,CFR,CIF,EXW,FCA,CPT,CIP

Delivery Time7 Days

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Product Name: Castor oil
Synonyms: 2,3-bis[[(Z)-12-hydroxyoctadec-9-enoyl]oxy]propyl (Z)-12-hydroxyoctadec-9-enoate;CASTOR-OIL, PH EUR;CASTOR OIL USP;ImmersionOilForMicroscopy-OpticallyClear,Non-Fluorescent;CASTOR OIL, PHARMA;CASTOR OIL, COLD PRESSED;Castor oil, Eur. Pharm. Grade;Castor
CAS: 8001-79-4
MF: C57H104O9
MW: 933.43026
EINECS: 232-293-8
Product Categories: Alphabetical Listings;C-DFlavors and Fragrances;Essential Oils;Flavors and Fragrances;OilsEssential Chemicals;Routine Reagents;USP;Biochemicals Found in Plants;OilsBiochemicals and Reagents;Lipids and Related ProductsBiochemicals and Reagents;Core Bioreagents;Lipids;Oils;Research Essentials;-
Melting point -10 °C
Boiling point 313 °C(lit.)
density 0.955 g/mL at 25 °C
refractive index n20/D 1.478(lit.)
FEMA 2263 | CASTOR OIL (RICINUS COMMUNIS L.)
Fp >230 °F
solubility Miscible with chloroform, diethyl ether, ethanol, glacial acetic acid, and methanol; freely soluble in ethanol (95%) and petroleum ether; practically insoluble in water; practically insoluble in mineral oil unless mixed with another vegetable oil.
form Viscous Hygroscopic Liquid
color Clear almost colorless or slightly yellow
Specific Gravity 0.961
optical activity [α]20/D +5°, c = 5 in ethanol
Water Solubility <0.1 g/100 mL at 20 ºC
FreezingPoint -10℃
Merck 14,1898
Stability: Stable. Combustible. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents. May be light sensitive.
Uses Dehydrated castor oil is an unique drying oil, which imparts good flexibility, fine gloss, toughness, adhesion, chemical and water resistance to the dry paint film with non-yellowing properties. DCO is a very suitable and even better substitute for Linseed oil. Paints with DCO are super white and offer superior finish.
Dehydrated castor oil is used as a primary binder for house paints, enamels, caulks, sealants and inks. In “cooked” varnishes it is combined with all the basic resins, rosins, rosin-esters, hydrocarbons and phenolics to produce clear varnishes and vehicles for pigmented coatings. DCO is also used in the manufacturing of lithographic inks, linoleum, putty and phenolic resins.
DCO is used with phenolics to obtain fast drying coatings with maximum alkali resistance as required in sanitary can lining, corrosion resistant coatings, traffic paints, varnishes, ink vehicles, wire enamels, aluminium paint appliance finishes and marine finishes.
DCO is also used to obtain fast kettling rate which gives lighter colour and lower acid varnishes.
Uses Castor Oil is a release and antisticking agent used in hard candy pro- duction. its concentration is not to exceed 500 ppm. it is used in vitamin and mineral tablets, and as a component of protective coatings.
Uses antidiabetic
Uses castor oil is a highly emollient carrier oil that penetrates the skin easily, leaving it soft and supple. It also serves to bind the different ingredients of a cosmetic formulation together. Castor oil is high in glycerin esters of ricinoleic acid (an unsaturated fatty acid). It is rarely, if ever, associated with irritation of the skin or allergic reactions. It is obtained through cold-pressing from seeds or beans of the Ricinus communis (castor oil) plant. Impure castor oil may cause irritation, as the seeds contain a toxic substance that is eliminated during processing. Its unpleasant odor makes it difficult to use in cosmetics.
Uses PEG-30 castor oil, -30 castor oil (hydrogenated), -40 castor oil, -40 castor oil (hydrogenated) are emollients, detergents, emulsifiers, and oil-in-water solubilizers recommended for fragrance oils, and for other oils that may be difficult to solubilize. The -40 castor oil version is a powerful solubilizer for solubilizing essential oils and perfumes in oil-in-water creams and lotions. It is similar to Peg-30 castor oil but denser, being a soft paste rather than a liquid. The hydrogenated version is particularly used as a nonionic emulsifier for essential oils and perfumes.

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