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Applied models to biodegradation kinetics of lubricant and vegetable oils in wastewater
(Elsevier B.V., 2009-04-01)
Bioremediation technologies are used in order to remove pollutants from the environment in a safe, economical and harmless way during the treatment of waste, especially with the use of techniques such as biodegradation. A ...
VEGETABLE OIL STRUCTURE AND ANTIOXIDANTS
(UNIV ZAGREB FAC MECHANICAL ENGINEERING & NAVAL ARCHITECTURE, 2010)
Five vegetable oils: canola, soybean, corn, cottonseed and sunflower oils were characterized with respect to their composition by gas chromatography and viscosity. The compositions of the vegetable oils suggest that they ...
Vegetable Oil Quenchants: Calculation and Comparison of The Cooling Properties of a Series of Vegetable Oils
(ASSOC MECHANICAL ENGINEERS TECHNICIANS SLOVENIA, 2010)
The compositions of canola, soybean, corn, cottonseed and sunflower oils suggest that they exhibit substantially different propensity for oxidation following the order of Canola < corn < cottonseed < sunflower approximate ...
Synthesis and thermal study of polymers from soybean, sunflower, and grape seed maleinated oil
This paper presents the synthesis of some polymers from maleinated vegetable oils (soybean, sunflower, and grape seed) and glycerol. First, all the vegetable oils were previously maleinated with maleic anhydride, then, the ...
Influence of vegetable oil in the viscosity of biodiesel-a review
Viscosity is a measure fluid resistance to flowing, affecting the fuel spray in the combustion chamber and, by this way, thus the formation of carbon deposits. The analysis of the influence of vegetable oil viscosity in ...
Yolk color and lipid oxidation of the eggs of commercial white layers fed diets supplemented with vegetable oils
The objective of this study was to evaluate the influence of the supplementation of vegetable oils rich in polyunsaturated fatty acids to the diet of Leghorn layers on yolk color and on yolk lipid oxidation of eggs stored ...
ALKYLGUANIDINES AS CATALYSTS FOR THE TRANSESTERIFICATION OF RAPESEED OIL
(Elsevier Science BvAmsterdamHolanda, 1995)