Cocamide is a mixture of amides of the fatty acids obtained from coconut oil. As coconut oil contains about 50% of lauric acid, in formulas only the 12-carbon chains tend to be considered. Therefore the formula of cocamide can be written as {Carbon}{Hydrogen}3(CH2)10C{Oxygen}{Nitrogen}H2, though the number of carbon atoms in the chains varies (it ...
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