Glycerol is a molecular mono-stearate made of oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon atoms.
This chemical is known as the GMS abbreviation in the market. In the structure of this molecule, there is a group of ester and hydroxy. The molecular structure of glycerol mono-stearates is shown in the figure below.
Glycerol monostearates are in two forms of isomers. The name of IUPAC is the chemical, 2 and 3-dihydroxypropyl octo-decanoate. The physical and chemical characteristics of monostear glycerol are shown in the table below.
|Physical and chemical properties||Description|
|physical state||Solid white|
|Common names||2 and 3-dihydroxypropyl octo-decanoate / glyceryl mono-stearate / glycerin mono-stearate / mono-stearin|
|Isomers||1-monostearate glycerol 2-monostearate glycerol|
|Melting point (° C)||68 to 63|
|viscosity||180 تا 220|
|Density (grams per cubic centimeter)||03/1|
|Boiling point (° C)||More than 100 degrees|
|Flash point (fahrenheit)||More than 400 degrees|
|Storage and maintenance conditions||room temperature|
|Solubility in water||Insoluble|
|Solubility in other solvents||Particular solubility in ethanol / insoluble in aliphatic solvents|
Regarding the molecular structure of monostear glycerol, it is observed that active sites are involved in chemical reactions in different parts of the molecule; the carbonyl group, the stereonic group, and the hydroxy groups in the monostearate glycerol molecule are susceptible to reactions They are chemical, so people who deal with this chemical should be well aware of the complications and risks.
For monostearate glycerol, no toxic and destructive effects have been recorded, but if it is contacted by the skin or eyes, it will cause irritation and severe inflammation. Inhalation of glycerol mono-stearates will produce chronic effects on the respiratory system.
If your eyes or skin contact with glycerol mono-stearates, you should quickly wash the area with water and consult your doctor if inflammation is increased. If someone randomly swallows glycerol mono-stearate, he should immediately bring him to the treatment center.
If the temperature of the glycerol mono-stearate is increased, the flammability of the product is burned, and carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide are produced by burning. The best way to store and store this material is to store it in a place far from moisture and source of heat and heat. This material should be stored in closed containers and in a cool place.