Determination of the position of the double bonds in the radicals of the fatty acids from hydrogenizates of cottonseed oil
To determine the structures of the products of the isomerization accompanying the hydrogenation of fats it is necessary to determine the amounts of monocarboxylic and dicarboxylic acids in the products of destructive oxidation.
To determine the predominant direction of the migration of the double bonds, however, it is sufficient to determine the composition of the dicarboxylic acids alone.
KeywordsHydrogenation Product Succinic Acid Dicarboxylic Acid Monomethyl Valeric Acid
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