2 edition of Mixed films of some long chain fatty acids with hydrocarbons ... found in the catalog.
Mixed films of some long chain fatty acids with hydrocarbons ...
Scholberg, Harold M
Written in English
Thesis (PH. D.)--University of Chicago, 1938.
|Statement||by Harold M. Scholberg.|
|LC Classifications||QC183 .S345|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii numb. l., 19 p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||a 47003456|
Waxes (commonly called wax esters) are esters of fatty acids and long chain alcohols. Simple waxes are esters of medium chain fatty acids (, , 9) and long chain aliphatic alcohols. The alcohols range in size from C8 to C Simple waxes are found on the surface of animals, plants, and insects and play a role in prevention. [p]Coconut oil contains the so-called medium chain fatty acids, i.e. those containing 6,8 and 10 carbon atoms, all of which are saturated. At the same time coconut oil has a low proportion of the long chain, unsaturated fatty acids, particularly linoleic.
Some of the fundamentals are pine oleoresin extraction methods, occurrence, formation and exudation of oleoresin in pines, processing of oleoresin, rosin derivatives and its potential, new developments in rosin ester and dimer chemistry, terpene based adhesives, effect of solvent, ozone concentration and temperature on yields were investigated. Sunflower oil, cottonseed oil, safflower oil and tall-oil fatty acids are being used more and more frequently for high quality white gloss paints. In some cases, the fatty acid is partly replaced by a synthetic organic monobasic acid which modifies the polymer solubility and film properties.
Members of family of carboxylic acids in which R contains 15 or more carbon atoms are known as higher fatty acids. Some common higher fatty acids are: C15H31COOH C17H35COOH C17H35COOH (Palmitic acid) (Oleic acid) (Stearic acid) Oils and fats are the triesters of glycerol with various long chain organic acids, both saturated and unsaturated. Basically, WCO comprises ester bonds of long chain fatty acids (i.e., triglyceride molecules). Therefore, the incorporation of hydrolyzed enzyme to WCO can produce C fatty acids such as stearic acid and oleic acid, depending on its oil precursor. Lipases are unique biocatalysts in the production of fatty acids because of positional Cited by: 3.
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The waxes include a variety of esters of long chain aliphatic acids with long chain aliphatic alcohols. As an example, beeswax is an impure mixture of esters of acids CH 3 (CH 2) n COOH where n = 24–34 with alcohols CH 3 (CH 2) m CH 2 OH where m = 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, and The impurities consist of free acids, fats, hydrocarbons, esters of.
Phase-Separated Structures of Mixed Langmuir-Blodgett Films of Fatty Acid and Hybrid Carboxylic Acid Article in The Journal of Physical Chemistry B (48). The lubrication mechanism of iron-based materials by C18 fatty acids was investigated using experimental studies and computer simulations.
In part I. The miscibility and film structure of mixed Langmuir monolayer films composed of an anionic gemini N,N,N′,N′-dialkyl-N,N′-diacetate ethylenediamine surfactant (Ace(12)Ace(12)) with perfluorotetradecanoic acid (C13F27COOH; PF) have been investigated using a variety of thermodynamic and structural characterization methods.
The two film components were found Cited by: 1. Naturalists of the 17th century knew that the sting of a red ant’s bite was due to an organic acid that the ant injected into the wound. The acetic acid of vinegar, the formic acid of red ants, and the citric acid of fruits all belong to the same family of compounds—carboxylic acids.
Soaps are salts of long-chain carboxylic acids. According to the Specialty Chemicals Source Book, 4th Edition 5, the definition of mineral oil is ‘a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum by intensive treatment with sulphuric and oleum, or by hydrogenation, or a combination, and consisting predominantly of saturated C15–C50 hydrocarbons'.
It is a colourless, transparent Cited by: The ratio of these fatty acids found in dried paint films, determined by derivatization GC-MS, has been widely used to infer the oil source for paints (11, 12, 13). Linseed oil has a P/S ratio ranging between andwith the most frequent ratio at ; walnut and safflower oils have their most frequent ratios near ; and poppyseed oil Cited by: H H Glyceroi Fatty Acids Triglyceride Since more than one kind of fatty acid is usually present, most vegetable oils are mixed triglycerides.
The type of fatty acid found in the oil is the most important factor influencing the properties of the vegetable oils.2 Most vegetable oils are composed of fatty acids with 18 carbon chains with varying.
Straight long chain alcohols form condensed monolayers at air/water interface,i.e. they have steep, incompressible 2T-A curves. They-have been used for the retardation of evaporation of water and to enhance the foam stability in foam systems.
Straight long chain fatty acids have been employed in boundary lubrication and rust prevention. Surface Energies of Some Flurocarbon Surfaces from Contact Angle Measurements ROBERT J. GOOD Chapter 4, DOI: /bach Publication Date.
Soaps are sodium or potassium fatty acids salts, produced from the hydrolysis of fats in a chemical reaction called soap molecule has a long hydrocarbon chain, sometimes called its 'tail', with a carboxylate 'head'. In water, the sodium or potassium ions float free, leaving a negatively-charged head.
The composition of their lipid fractions included hydrocarbons, triacylglycerides (TAGs), free fatty acids (FFAs) and terpenes. Based on theoretical estimations from TAG and FFA composition, the potential biodiesels were found to comply with six of the seven estimated properties (ASTM D and EN ).Cited by: 1.
However the medium-chain fatty acids octanoic and heptanoic acids can cross the barrier and be used by the brain, which normally relies upon glucose for its energy. Gluconeogenesis allows humans to synthesize some glucose from specific amino acids: from the glycerol backbone in triglycerides and in some cases from fatty acids.
Currently, several companies are active in the microbial production of medium- and long-chain dicarboxylic acids from fatty acids. This technology has been pioneered among others by Cognis, (63, 64) but most producing companies using this technology are located in China (e.g., Cathay Industrial Biotech and Shandong Hilead Biotechnology).
A fat molecule, such as a triglyceride, consists of two main components—glycerol and fatty acids. Glycerol is an organic compound with three carbon atoms, five hydrogen atoms, and three hydroxyl (–OH) groups.
Fatty acids have a long chain of hydrocarbons to which an acidic carboxyl group is attached, hence the name “fatty acid.”. In lipid biochemistry, a fundamental question is how the potential number of fatty acids increases with their chain length. Here, we show that it grows according to the famous Fibonacci numbers Cited by: 3.
The position of the carbon-carbon double bonds in carboxylic acid chains in fats is designated by Greek letters. The carbon atom closest to the carboxyl group is the alpha carbon, the next carbon is the beta carbon and so on.
In fatty acids the carbon atom of the methyl group at the end of the hydrocarbon chain is called the omega carbon because omega is the last letter of the Greek.
The exact mechanisms of arthropod adhesion are still unknown for some species but this topic is of great importance to biologists, mixtures of long-chain hydrocarbons and mucopolysaccharides, Adhesives of this type contain only limited amounts or no polar components such as fatty acids, esters, alcohols.
Abstract. This chapter concentrates on the characterization of Langmuir—Blodgett (LB) monolayer and multilayer films on solid surfaces. Experimental techniques to study the properties of monolayers floating on the surface of a subphase have been discussed by Gaines (1) and are, to some extent, covered in the earlier chapters of this book.
A review of the properties of LB films Cited by: Modern aviation requires reliable and safe sources of fuel which means fuel is frequently stored for extended periods.
In addition, as fuel is used, new fuel is added which is not always compatible with the fuel in the tank. The incompatibility and long-term storage leads to a number of problems that will be addressed in this chapter.
Some of the possible changes over time Author: David W. Johnson. Naphthenic acids (NAs) are complex mixture of predominately alkyl-substituted cycloaliphatic carboxylic acids and small amount of acyclic acids present in crude oil, heavy oil and in oil sands bitumen. They are toxic components in refinery wastewater and in oil sand extraction water and lead to corrosion problems within the oil refineries.
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