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Various correction factors have been proposed for quantitative analysis of fatty acid methyl ester mixtures by isothermal gas-liquid chromatography (GLC) employing thermal conductivity detectors in an effort to obtain more accurate values. These factors include multiplication of the area of each...
Soybean and other vegetable oils are conjugated by decomposing their iron tricarbonyl complexes with carbon monoxide at elevated pressures. This procedure converts the iron tricarbonyl moiety of the complex into iron pentacarbonyl, which is recovered for reuse. When iron carbonyl-complexed...
Aldehyde oils produced on a pilot-plant scale gradually polymerized at room temperature and became extremely viscous or solidified in a few weeks. Initial viscosity level was maintained by converting the oils to acetals by use of a strong cation resin catalyst which, it was found, does not cause...
Propylene oxide has been reacted with 9,10-dihydroxystearic acid to form polyol components for urethane foams. The alkali-catalyzed reaction proceeds slowly until the first mole of propylene oxide is absorbed and thereafter at a higher rate. For other substrates, the initial reaction proceeds...
Attempts to determine free fatty acids in petroleum ether extracts of cottonseed and crude cottonseed oil by conductivity measurements were unsuccessful due to interference of gossypol. With new strains of glandless cottonseed, which do not contain gossypol, analysis of free fatty acids by...
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