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By R O Adlof

The Advances in Lipid method sequence was once introduced and edited via William W. Christie. Now, after a holiday of six years and with one other famous lipid analyst because the editor, the 5th quantity comprises topical studies via overseas specialists on facets of lipid methodology.   Chapters clarify the method of constructing general equipment for interpreting fat, oils and lipids, then pass directly to learn them, profile fatty acids in metabolic problems and supply an international point of view and purposes in lipid know-how.

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Their DSC method may be a useful tool in the development and optimization of an antioxidant system for bar soap products and fatty materials in general. , 2001b), with the oxidation temperature set at 150°C and the oxygen flow rate at 50 ml/min. The thermal changes occurring during oxidation of an oil were recorded. Generally, the results showed that the antioxidants acted mainly by increasing the induction time (Ton) of lipid oxidation. Figure 9 illustrates the Ton values of three added natural antioxidants with different concentrations in RBDPOo.

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These results were indicative of cocrystallization. Results of the present study showed that the co-crystallization in vegetable oils composed of TAG with identical chemical structure may be involved. This seems to be a more reasonable possibility due to the homogeneity of the TAG components. It was evident that temperature peaks of components were higher when the cooling rate was slower. As samples at slow cooling rates had more time to allow interactions between TAG, equilibrium could be established and crystals could be formed at higher temperatures.

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