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A grid of 30 surfactants varying from C 8 to C 18 in carbon chain length and from 40 to 80% in ethylene oxide (EO) content were examined to determine the effect of molecular structure on the physical properties (density, melting point, solution viscosity) and performance properties (surface...
The storage proteins of the cottonseed are composed of α and β globulins which are homologous to the vicilins and legumins, respectively, of the legumes. Gene sequences for members of both protein families have been determined, and the derived amino acid compositions are presented here. The...
An extensive series of layered minerals including montmorillonite was studied to determine if the fundamental physicochemical properties responsible for pigment adsorption could be identified. Samples were subjected to a uniform preparation regimen to eliminate such secondary effects as particle...
Seeds of Hibiscus leptocladus, H. sturtii, Sida echinocarpa, Abutilon amplum, Gossypium robinsonii and Lagunaria patersonii contained 11.2\s-26.8% oil and 11.6\s-18.2% protein. Spectral, chromatographic and chemical analyses of the seed oils revealed the presence of malvalic (0.5\s-3.2%),...
Mycelia of arachidonic acid-producing fungi belonging to the genus Mortierella were found to convert an oil containing α-linolenic acid to an oil containing 5,8,11,14,17- cis -eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). This conversion was observed when they were grown in a medium containing the oil, glucose...
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