an unsaturated fatty acid, C 18 H 32 O 2 , occurring as a glyceride in drying oils, as in linseed oil.
a colourless oily essential fatty acid found in many natural oils, such as linseed: used in the manufacture of soaps, emulsifiers, and driers. Formula: C18H32O2
linoleic acid lin·o·le·ic acid (lĭn’ə-lē’ĭk)
An unsaturated fatty acid considered essential to the human diet.
An unsaturated fatty acid that has two double bonds and is a nutrient essential for prostaglandin production in the human body. It is an important component of many vegetable oils, such as linseed, soybean, peanut, corn, and safflower oil, and is also found in meat and dairy products. Chemical formula: C18H32O2.
- Linolenic acid
/ˌlɪnəʊˈlɛnɪk; -ˈliː-/ noun 1. a colourless unsaturated essential fatty acid found in drying oils, such as linseed oil, and used in making paints and synthetic resins; 9,12,15-octadecatrienoic acid. Formula: C18H30O2 Also called alpha-linolenic acid linolenic acid (lĭn’ə-lěn’ĭk) An unsaturated fatty acid that has three double bonds and is a nutrient essential to the formation of […]
[li-noh-lee-uh m] /lɪˈnoʊ li əm/ noun 1. a hard, washable floor covering formed by coating burlap or canvas with linseed oil, powdered cork, and rosin, and adding pigments to create the desired colors and patterns. 2. any floor covering similar to this. /lɪˈnəʊlɪəm/ noun 1. a sheet material made of hessian, jute, etc, coated under […]
noun 1. a piece of thick, soft, cork linoleum often mounted on a block of wood, incised or carved in relief with a design, pattern, or pictorial motif, and used in making prints.
noun a fear of string Word Origin Latin linum ‘flax’