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The preparation and purification of monoglycerides

The preparation and purification of monoglycerides Mono‐ and diglycerides were produced by reacting the following oils with glycerol: coconut, peanut, sesame, linseed, and sardine. It was shown that the yield of monoglyceride was not dependent upon the fatty acid composition of the oil but on the solubility of glycerol in oil, which is dependent in part on the temperature. An excess of glycerol above that which is soluble does not change the composition of the reaction product. At 180°C, no more than 45% monoglycerides can be formed by glycerolysis. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society Wiley

The preparation and purification of monoglycerides

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Publisher
Wiley
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© American Oil Chemists' Society
ISSN
0003-021X
eISSN
1558-9331
DOI
10.1007/BF02630510
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Abstract

Mono‐ and diglycerides were produced by reacting the following oils with glycerol: coconut, peanut, sesame, linseed, and sardine. It was shown that the yield of monoglyceride was not dependent upon the fatty acid composition of the oil but on the solubility of glycerol in oil, which is dependent in part on the temperature. An excess of glycerol above that which is soluble does not change the composition of the reaction product. At 180°C, no more than 45% monoglycerides can be formed by glycerolysis.

Journal

Journal of the American Oil Chemists' SocietyWiley

Published: Oct 1, 1960

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