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  • Detection and Quantification of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAMES) in Jet Fuel by GCxGC-TOFMS
    Jet fuel is frequently shipped in multi-use pipelines and. distribution containers. There is high risk of crosscontamination. by fatty acid methyl esters (FAMES) from. biodiesel residue adherence to pipeline and container. walls. FAME contamination of jet fuel in high enough. concentrations can
  • Micropilot M FMR 240 Palm Oil/Fatty Acid
  • Guide to Measuring Biofuel Blending
    As the global commitment to renewable energy sources grows, the importance of using biodiesel as a blending component with diesel fuel has increased. Biodiesel consists of fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) which are produced by the transesterification of certain feedstock oils, such as soy, rapeseed
  • IMPROVEMENT OF NEW OIL CROPS FOR KENTUCKY
    Three oil crops, chia (Salvia hispanica L.), flax (Linum usitatissimum L.), and. castor (Ricinus communis L.), were studied because of their nutritional and industrial. values. Chia and flax are rich in an ?3 fatty acid, a-linolenic acid, and castor is a very. high oil producer and high
  • Utoy Creek Water Reclamation Center
    phosphorous removal using volatile fatty. acid induced process (VIPR), which the City of Atlanta developed and. patented. The Utoy Creek plant consistently produces very high quality. effluent, including BOD and suspended solids less than 3 mg/L and. total phosphorus less than 0.3 mg/L. Tour participants saw
  • Polymer - Iodine Value of Oils with Model 412
    An important characteristic of a fatty oil product is its iodine value (IV). This is a measure of the unsaturated fatty acid content and indicates the ease of oxidation or the drying capacity of the product. Empirically, the IV is expressed in terms of the number of centigrams of iodine per gram
  • The role of sodium silicate
    THE ROLE OF SODIUM SILICATE IN NEWSPRINT DEINKING Dept. of Pulp and Paper Technology, Durban Institute of Technology, PO Box 953, Durban 4000, South Africa School of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Natal, Durban, South Africa newsprint, deinking, sodium silicate, fatty acid soaps, calcium
  • The role of sodium
    of calcium ions and fatty acid soaps, was investigated using a model ink system. A representative newsprint ink base was dispersed under a variety of laboratory conditions and the resulting dispersions were studied. Sodium silicate proved to be a poor disperser of ink particles, but nevertheless

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