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The fatty acids of babassu oil were determined quantitatively by the ester fractionation procedure. The values found in molar percentages were: caproic 0.3, caprylic 7.1, capric 8.3, lauric 47.3, myristic 14.5, palmitic 7.1, stearic 2.0, arachidic 0.1, oleic 12.2, and linoleic acid 1.1....
Lecithin was prepared from crude soybean phosphatides by the Pangborn modification of the cadmium chloride method. Results of analysis indicated that this preparation was 97 per cent lecithin and 3 per cent cephalin. Its fatty acid composition was as follows: palmitic—15.77 per cent;...
It was found that the petals of all plants investigated contained considerable quantities of phosphatides and that stamens also contained considerable amounts. The oils obtained from these plant organs, as well as the oil of unripe poppy seeds, varied considerably in consistency from ordinary...
1. An improved micropenetrometer is described, by means of which it is possible to measure the consistency of fats with a high degree of precision. 2. The intelligent use of a micropenetration method requires some consideration of the theory of plasticity in fats. This theory is briefly...
A procedure for fractionating milk fat from a solvent at low temperatures has been developed. This procedure consists of freezing out fractions of the fat from solvent (Skelly Solve A) at progressively lower temperatures —7°, —13°, —23°, —53°C., with the remaining filtrate taken as a...
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