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1. A continuous liquid-liquid extractor was designed and procedures were devised for the determination of total fatty acids, oxidized acids, and unsaponifiable matter. These procedures give results that are in agreement with the present A.O.C.S. Methods. 2. The continuous liquid-liquid extractor...
A new improved batch solvent extraction plant and its versatility of design have been described. Data have been given on the cost and initial test operations. The performance of the plant has been tested, and its value as a research tool has been demonstrated by the production of free gossypol...
Titanium dioxide can be determined in soaps polarographically by the method described above. It has been found that no maximum suppressor was necessary and that the diffusion current is directly proportional to the concentration and is well defined. The method is adaptable to soaps.
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