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Hydroxystearyl methylglucamine is a hydroxstearic acid derivative with the molecular formula C25H53NO6 which is used in cosmetic formulations as an antistatic agent (reduces static charges by neutralizing the electric charge on the surface of e.g. hair).
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N-methyl-D-glucamine (also known as meglumine) is an amine derived from D-glucose in which the aldehyde oxygen of the glucose is replaced by a methylamino group.