Surfactants and Fatty Acids: Plant Oils

  • S. F. Thames
  • M. D. Blanton
  • S. Mendon
  • R. Subramanian
  • H. Yu
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Part of the Macromolecular Systems — Materials Approach book series (MACROSYSTEMS)

Abstract

Chinese Melon (Momordica Charantia L.), commonly known as bitter gourd, is a tropical crop grown throughout Asian countries. Chinese gardeners identify the plant as “la-kwa” or “ku-kwa” and hence the name Chinese Melon. It is a monoecious climbing vine and its green pulpy arils surrounding the seeds, as well as its ripe fruit, are used as food and medicinals [1]. The fruits are ovoid with a muriculate-tuberculate surface and are variable in size.

Keywords

Foam Dehydration Vinyl Anhydride Triglyceride 

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  • S. F. Thames
  • M. D. Blanton
  • S. Mendon
  • R. Subramanian
  • H. Yu

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