oleyl alcohol

oleyl alcohol
: an oily liquid unsaturated compound C17H33CH2OH found in fish oils and other marine-animal oils that is made by reduction or hydrogenation of esters of oleic acid and is used chiefly in making surface-active agents and plasticizers; cis-9-octadecen-1-ol

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/oh lee"il/, Chem.
an unsaturated, fatty alcohol, derived from oleic acid, C18H36O, used chiefly in organic synthesis.
[1900-05; OLE(UM) + -YL]

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