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The principal standard methods used by the American industry for the analysis and quality control of tall oil products have been discussed, and some of the work of the A.S.T.M. in developing these methods has been reviewed. Further growth of the tall oil industry will undoubtedly result in new...
The conventional batch process for tall oil production was changed to a semicontinuous one by properly sizing tanks to reaction times and adding a screen and a continuous centrifugation step. As a further improvement an entirely new, continuous acidulation process has been developed which...
Freshly extracted oil from a sample of kenaf seed, var. Cubano , was found to contain an appreciable amount of epoxy acid as glyceride; cis -12,13-epoxyoleic acid was isolated. Its identity was confirmed by analysis and by conversion to threo-12,13-dihydroxyoleic acid. The remaining fatty acids...
In connection with the search for molecular compounds which might prove applicable in the purification of long-chain fatty acids, freezing-point data have been obtained for binary systems between palmitic acid and the following: ortho-phenylenediamine, alpha-picoline,...
Improved methods for the preparation of ricinelaidic acid and methyl ricinelaidate are described. The methods depend upon the elaidinization of methyl ricinoleate with a relatively small quantity of a nitrite-nitric acid solution, fractional crystallization of the methyl ricinelaidate, and its...
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