Modes in which the fat component of the soap stock emulsion is extracted under heating and introduction of various nonionogenic surfactants and electrolytes were studied. The compression isotherms of the soap stock and its mixtures with OP-7 and NaCl were examined by the Langmuir method, with 2D pressure recorded. Recommendations were developed for separation of the soap stock emulsion for recovery of the fat component from wastes produced in manufacture of vegetable oils.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 17, 2012
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