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Coconut oil prices will exert much influence on synthetic fatty acid commercialization; if domestic oil prices maintain at 12–13¢/lb, demand for coco acids and derivatives could triple during the next three years; however, at an oil price of 22–24¢/lb, about 90% of domestic research and...
One lot of peanuts known to contain aflatoxin was extensively sampled to study the sources of variability. A nested design was used where sections (50 bag units), subsamples and analytical variation were the variables studied. Sample size was the most critical factor in characterizing this lot....
The extent of overoxidation of half-esters of dicarboxylic acids is governed mainly by the nature and proportions of the oxidizing agent employed and not by reaction temperatures. In procedures which produce overoxidation, this occurs mainly at the time of the scission of the double bonds and no...
Cases have been reported of individual peanuts, cottonseeds or Brazil nuts so highly contaminated with aflatoxin that, for a 50 g portion to be representative of the whole, the sample preparation procedures should grind each unit to a large number of particles and distribute them uniformly...
Continuous extrusion cooking produces a short time pressure cooking of the material in process. The Wenger extruder-cooker has been successfully applied by others to soybeans for manufacture of full fat flour. This is a report of an investigation of the extruder-cooker applied to glanded...
The authors synthesized nonionic surfactants containing dimethylpolysilane, dimethylpolysilmethylene and dimethylopolysiloxane as the hydrophobic groups, and investigated their surface activities. In their ability to lower the aqueous surface tension, the polysiloxane surfactants were the most...
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