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|Molar mass||480.85 g/mol|
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Lacceroic acid (or dotriacontanoic acid) is a saturated fatty acid.
Lacceroic acid can be derived by saponification of lacceryl lacceroate or by oxidation of laccerol and purification of the product. It can also be isolated from stick lac wax, from which the name is derived.
- "Chemical Abstracts". Chemical Abstracts. American Chemical Society. 16 (1): 50. 1922-01-10. Retrieved 2010-05-10.
- Markley, Klare (1960). Fatty acids: Their chemistry, properties, production, and uses. Part 1. (2nd ed.). New York: Interscience. p. 48.
- Lacceroic acid at the Nature Lipidomics Gateway
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