2 edition of Chromatography of methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, and methyl linolenate found in the catalog.
Chromatography of methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, and methyl linolenate
Floyd Ervin Kurtz
Written in English
|Other titles||Amplified chromatographic separations.|
|LC Classifications||QD271 .K95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 78 l.|
|Number of Pages||78|
|LC Control Number||a 52004797|
Methyl oleate 99% Synonym: Methyl cisoctadecenoate, Oleic acid methyl ester CAS Number Linear Formula CH 3 (CH 2) 7 CH=CH(CH 2) 7 CO 2 CH 3. Molecular Weight Beilstein/REAXYS Number EC Number MDL number MFCD PubChem Substance ID NACRES NA Chemsrc provides Methyl linoleate(CAS#) MSDS, density, melting point, boiling point, structure, formula, molecular weight etc. Articles of Methyl linoleate are included as well.
Recommendation for methyl linolenate usage levels up to: % in the fragrance concentrate. Comparative methyl linoleate and methyl linolenate oxidation in the presence of bovine serum albumin at several lipid/protein ratios. Rapid headspace gas chromatography of hexanal as a measure of lipid peroxidation in biological samples. Biodiesel fuel is composed primarily of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) produced by a transesteriﬁcation reaction between a ncomponentsofbiodiesel fuel derived from a soy feedstock are found to be the following ﬁve FAMEs: methyl palmitate, methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, and methyl linolenate.
The adsorption analysis of six binary mixtures composed of ethyl stearate, ethyl oleate, ethyl linoleate, and ethyl linolenate has been studied on alumina columns. Distillation methods have been shown by other workers to fractionate the stearate-oleate system but not the oleate-linoleate system. Application of the adsorption analysis technique resulted in fractionation of all six systems. Methyl linolenate was isolated from nearby eluting methyl oleate, methyl stearate and methyl linoleate within analysis times of 10s without measureable complications from charge suppression in the ion source or leakage in filtering of ions with close proximity of dispersion behavior.
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Chromatography of Methyl Stearate, Methyl Oleate, Methyl Linoleate and Methyl Linolenate: A Concept of Amplified Chromatographic Separations 1 Floyd E. Kurtz Cite this: J. Chem. Soc.74, 8, Cited by: Kurtz, F.E., Chromatography of Methayl Stearate, Methyl Oleate, Methy Linoleate and Methyl Linolenate: A COncept of AMplified and C25 to C29 by correlation -- gas chromatography, Thermochimica Acta,Schrodt, V.N., Vapor-Liquid Equilibria for the Methyl Oleate and Methyl Stearate Binary System., J.
Chromatography of methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, and methyl linolenate: A concept of amplified chromatographic seperations View/ Open DPpdf (Mb)Cited by: Furthermore, methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate and methyl linolenate have the same number of alkyl chains, but they are differences in their double bond in the carbon chain number 9.
Analysis of FAME are normally performed by using GC/MS. Analysis of FAME by ion fragmentation according to double bond was discussed in this : Eka Dian Pusfitasari, Andreas Andreas, Hendris Hendarsyah Kurniawan. Abstract. Autoxidized methyl oleate and linoleate were reduced with NaBH 4 and fractionated with a preparative high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) reverse phase column.
Products characterized from reduced-oxidized oleate included monohydroxy- and dihydroxyotadecenoates, dihydroxy- and by: Methyl linolenate ≥99% (GC) Synonym: Linolenic acid methyl ester, Methyl cis,cis,cis-9,12,octadecatrienoate CAS Number Linear Formula CH 3 (CH 2 CH=CH) 3 (CH 2) 7 COOCH 3.
Molecular Weight Beilstein/REAXYS Number EC Number MDL number MFCD PubChem Substance ID NACRES NA Autoxidized methyl oleate and linoleate were reduced with NaBH4 and fractionated with a preparative high-pressure liquid chromatography (HPLC) reverse phase column.
Methyl linoleate, non-conjugated, is more easily oxidized than conjugated methyl linoleate. Application The oxidation of methyl linoleate in organic solution and phosphatidylcholine (PC) in liposomal membranes induced by an azo initiator has often been used as a model for lipid peroxidation in vivo.
Furthermore, methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate and methyl linolenate have the same number of alkyl chains, but they are differences in their double bond in the carbon chain number 9. 6 methyl stearate C 16 methyl behenate and C 7 methyl oleate (9) C methyl eicosapentaenoate C 8 methyl oleate (11) C 17 methyl erucate C 9 methyl linoleate C 18 methyl lignocerate C 10 methyl linolenate C 19 methyl nervonate C Recently, a kinetic model of MP, methyl-stearate, methyl-oleate, methyl-linoleate, and methyl-linolenate has been reported by Westbrook et al.
 and a lumped biodiesel model including MP. acid methyl esters (FAMEs) that are the primary constituents of soy-based biodiesel fuel, namely, methyl palmitate, methyl stearate, methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, and methyl linolenate. These components were combined in a mixture model using ideal mixing to represent the thermodynamic properties of a biodiesel fuel.
from methyl oleate and linoleate. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES Materials The same methyl oleate (98%) and linoleate (99%) were used as described previously (l,2).
Autoxidations were carried out on 5 g samples stirred at 80 C with oxygen in Erlen meyer flasks. Oxidation was followed by oxygen uptake, peroxide value, and GC after. PubMed:Reaction of alpha-tocopherol in heated bulk phase in the presence of methyl linoleate (13S)-hydroperoxide or methyl linoleate.
PubMed: Determination of hydroperoxides and structures by high-performance liquid chromatography with post-column detection with diphenylpyrenylphosphine. and saturated fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) such as methyl oleate, methyl linoleate, methyl linolenate, and methyl stearate.
In the past few decades, a vast amount of studies on the production and performances of biodiesel has been performed and reported.5−8 As we know, during the operation of an engine, a small.
E.N. Frankel, W.E. Neff, and E. Selke, Analysis of autoxidized fats by gas chroamatography-mass spectrometry: VII. Volatile thermal decomposition products of pure hydroperoxides from autoxidized and photosensitized oxidized methyl oleate, linoleate, and linolenate, Lipids.
Chromatogram obtained after the injection of [micro]L of standard stock solution containing the palmitate esters of methyl (1), methyl stearate (2), methyl oleate (3), methyl linoleate (4) and methyl linolenate.
Methyl linoleate is found in cloves. It is part of a mixture with methyl linolenate (*FEMA *) which is used as a flavouring ingredient.
Methyl linoleate belongs to the family of lineolic acids and derivatives. C Methyl stearate C trans-Methyl elaidate C cis-Methyl oleate C Methyl linoleate C Methyl gamma linolenate C Methyl linolenate C Methyl arachidate C Methyl eicosanoate C Meteicosadienoate C Methyl methyl homogamma linolenate C Methyl.
Methyl stearate was qualitatively detected in water samples collected from Lake Pontchartrain, LA, Spring, (6). It was detected but not quantified in samples from the lower Fox River, WI, (7). Methyl stearate was also detected in trace quantities in samples from the River Lee, UK(8).
Fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) analysis is an important tool both for characterizing fats and oils and for determining the total fat content in foods. Fats can be extracted from a matrix using a nonpolar solvent and saponified to produce salts of the free fatty acids.Temperature (K) A B C Reference Comment; - Rose and Schrodt, Coefficents calculated by NIST from author's data.Speeds of sound were measured for methyl oleate and methyl linoleate (C15H30O2) at pressures up to MPa along isotherms ranging from ( to ) K.
Additional density measurements were.