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Solubility data are reported for capric, lauric, myristic, palmitic, stearic, and arachidic acids in N,N-dimethylacetamide (DMA) and N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF). Complete binary freezing-point diagrams were constructed for the capric, myristic, and stearic acid systems. A solid, incongruently...
Dimensional analysis of the detergency process has been extended from soil-surfactant systems which contain a single polar soil to those with binary and ternary component soils which contain a nonpolar ingredient. This was made possible by replacement of the soil dipole moment variable by the...
Ternary diagrams for methyl oleate/hexane/acetonitrile and methyl palmitate/hexane/acetonitrile systems were constructed from equilibria data obtained at 20.0 and 30.4C. The diagrams varied significantly with temperature; both systems showed expanded regions of immiscibility at the lower...
Fatty acids with conjugated unsaturation occur in many seed oils. Thirty of these acids are reviewed with emphasis on their detection, isolation, and structure determination. Their distribution among plant families is shown, and a botanical source of each acid is given. Some reactions,...
Copper-chromium catalysts promote selective reduction of linolenyl groups in soybean oil. Since commercially available catalysts possess only moderate activity, more active catalysts were sought. Copper was dispersed on high-surface-area supports, such as silica, alumina, and molecular sieves....
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