Lubricant base stock potential of chemically modified vegetable oils

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					                                                                                             172          inform March 2009, Vol. 20 (3)



  Extracts &                                             AOcS Journals                                        integrated biodiesel processing, Balan,
                                                                                                              V., C.A. Rogers, S.P.S. Chundawat, L.



  Distillates
                                                                                                              da Costa Sousa, P.J. Slininger, R. Gupta,
                                                                                                              and B.E. Dale
                                                                                                          n ■ Studying the influence of alumina cat-
                                                                                                              alysts doped with tin and zinc oxides
                                                                                                              in the soybean oil pyrolysis reaction,
                                                                                                              Quirino, R.L., A.P. Tavares, A.C. Peres,
       lubricant base stock potential                                                                         J.C. Rubim, and P.A.Z. Suarez
       of chemically modified                                                                             n ■ Removal and degradation of phorbol
                                                                                                              esters during pre-treatment and
       vegetable oils                                                                                         transesterification of Jatropha curcas
       Erhan, S.Z., B.K. Sharma, Z. Liu, and A.                                                               oil, Makkar, H., J. Maes, W. De Greyt,
       Adhvaryu, J. Agric. Food Chem. 56:8919–                                                                and K. Becker
       8925, 2008.                                                                                        n ■ Purification of soybean phosphatidyl-
             The environment must be protected
                                                                                                              choline using D113-III ion exchange
       against pollution caused by lubricants
                                                                                                              macroporous resin packed column
       based on petroleum oils. The pollution
                                                                                                              chromatography, Liu, Y., L. Shan, and
       problem is so severe that approximately
       50% of all lubricants sold worldwide end                                                               X. Wang
                                                                                                          n ■ Sunflower lecithin: Application of a
       up in the environment via volatilization,
       spills, or total loss applications. This threat                                                        fractionation process with absolute
       to the environment can be avoided by pre-                                                              ethanol, Cabezas, D.M., B.W.K. Diehl,
       venting undesirable losses, reclaiming and
                                                         Journal of the American Oil                          and M.C. Tomás
       recycling mineral oil lubricants, or using        Chemists’ Society (February)                     n ■ Phospholipid composition of Jatro-
       environmentally friendly lubricants. Veg-         n ■ Detection     of adulteration in Iranian         pha curcas seed lipids, Rao, K.S., P.P.
       etable oils are recognized as rapidly biode-          olive oils using inst
				
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Description: After a one- step chemical modification, chemically modified soybean oil derivatives were studied for thermo-oxidative stability using pressurized differential scanning calorimetry and a thin-film micro -oxidation test; low-temperature fluid properties, using pour-point measurements; and friction -wear properties using four-ball and ball-on-disk configurations.
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