Myristica fragrans Houtt.
1,2,3-Propanetriyl tritetradecanoate/Glyceryl tritetradecanoate/Myristic acid triglyceride/Tri-Myristin/trimyristoyl-sn-glycerol/1,2,3-Propanetriol tritetradecanoate/Dynasan 114/Tetradecanoic acid, 1,2,3-propanetriyl ester/2,3-di(tetradecanoyloxy)propyl tetradecanoate/Propane-1,2,3-triyl tritetradecanoate/1,2,3-Tritetradecanoylglycerol/Myristin, tri-/Myristin/Trimyristin/glycerol trimyristate/glyceryl trimyristate
703.5±27.0 °C at 760 mmHg
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A solvent system consisting of ethyl acetate, ethyl alcohol and water, in the volume ratio of 4.5:4.5:1, was developed and used to extract, at room temperature, betulin from white birch bark and antioxidants from spices (rosemary, thyme, sage, and oregano) and white oak chips. In addition, under reflux conditions, trimyristin was extracted from nutmeg using the same solvent system, and eugenol from olives was extracted using a mixture of salt water and ethyl acetate. The protocol demonstrates the use of water in organic solvents to extract natural products from plants. Measurement of the free-radical scavenging activity using by 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) indicated that the extraction of plant material using ethyl acetate, ethyl alcohol and water (4.5:4.5:1, v/v/v) was exhaustive when carried out at room temperature for 96 h.
Extraction of betulin, trimyristin, eugenol and carnosic acid using water-organic solvent mixtures.
2012 Aug 3
The presence of liquid crystalline phases in suspensions of solid lipid nanoparticles can increase the risk of their gelling upon administration through fine needles. Here we study the formation of liquid crystalline phases in aqueous suspensions of platelet-like shaped solid lipid nanoparticles. A native lecithin-stabilized trimyristin (20 wt %) suspension was investigated at different dilution levels by small-angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) and visual inspection of their birefringence between two crossed polarizers. For trimyristin concentrations φMMM < 6 wt %, the dispersed platelets are well separated from each other whereas they start to self-assemble into stacked lamellae for 6 wt % ≤ φMMM < 12 wt %. For φMMM ≥ 12 wt %, the SAXS patterns become increasingly anisotropic, which is a signature of an evolving formation of a preferred orientation of the platelets on a microscopic scale. Simultaneously, the suspensions become birefringent, which proves the existence of an anisotropic liquid crystalline phase formed in the still low viscous liquid suspensions. Spatially resolved SAXS scans and polarization microscopy indicate rather small domains in the (sub)micrometer size range in the nematic liquid crystalline phase and the presence of birefringent droplets (tactoids). The observed critical concentrations for the formation of stacks and the liquid crystalline phase are significantly higher as for equivalent suspensions prepared from triglycerides with longer chains. This can be explained with the lower aspect ratio of trimyristin platelets. Special emphasis is put on the isotropic-liquid crystalline phase transition as a function of the ionic strength of the dispersion medium and φMMM. Higher salt concentrations allow shifting of the phase transition to higher trimyristin concentrations. This can be attributed to a partial screening of the repulsive forces between the platelets, which allows higher packing densities within the platelet stacks and of remaining isolated platelets.
Liquid crystalline phase formation in suspensions of solid trimyristin nanoparticles.
Gehrer S1, Schmiele M, Westermann M, Steiniger F, Unruh T.
2014 Sep 25