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Rosin and hydroxymethyl derivatives of rosin acids react rapidly with commercially available glycidyl ethers to give the hydroxy monoesters of aliphatic ethers. These esters of rosin, oxonated rosin and tetrahydroabietic acid are viscous liquids of low acid number and high hydroxyl number with a...
Preliminary bench scale tests indicated that the rate of extraction of oil from glandless cottonseed flakes is about the same as for glanded flakes. Pilot plant experiments, using 20 lb. batches of flakes in baskets 8×8 in. in cross section, showed that the usual percolation rates can be used...
Chromium carbonyl complex catalysts were used to selectively hydrogenate polyunsaturates in vegetable oils into products retaining 90% to 95% cis configuration and their liquid properties. The product from soybean oil contained 42–69% monoene, 10–40% diene and 0–4% triene. The product from...
Optical activities of oils freshly expressed from viable seeds of rape, soybean and peanut show no change in rotation with time; neither do oils extracted from these materials by diethyl ether, as previously reported by other workers. Similarly, no evidence for racemization of butterfat isolated...
Treatments of crude safflowerseed, soybean, sunflowerseed and cottonseed oils with the antioxidant compounds butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA), propyl gallate (PG) and tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ) have been investigated. PG and TBHQ were effective in inhibiting oxidative degradation of the...
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