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Lipids, Lipophilic Components and Essential Oils from Plant Sources

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Acacia albida Deline (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)

  • Shakhnoza S. AzimovaAffiliated withS.Yu. Yunusov Institute of the Chemistry of Plant, Substances of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan
  • , Anna I. GlushenkovaAffiliated withS.Yu. Yunusov Institute of the Chemistry of Plant, Substances of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan

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Leguminosae

Seed

Mass of 1,000, g: 20.0 [1]; 3.0–10.0 [2]: Powder weight, g/l: 420 [1]

  • Oil (petroleum ether) % on dry wt: 12.72 [1]; 3.0–10.0 [2]

    • \({\mathop{\rm d}\nolimits} _4^{20} \): 0.9193

    • \({\mathop{\rm n}\nolimits} _D^{20} \): 1.4778 [1]; 1.4600–1.4746 [2]

    • Acetic value, mg KOH: 34.68 [1]

    • Rodan value, % J2: 85.77 [1]

    • Iodine value, % J2: 153.42 [1]; 74.8–136.9 [2]

    • Saponification value, mg KOH: 180.82 [1]; 180.0–188.6 [2]

    • Hehner value, %: 93.7 [1]

    • Phosphatides, %: 0.40 [1]

    • Tocopherols, %: 0.42 [1]

    • Unsaponifiables, %: 3.88 [1]; 1.0–3.9 [2]

  • FAs

    • Composition, %: 16:0 – 4.72; 18:0 – 2.35; 18:1 – 24.26; 18:2 – 53.18; 18:3 – 12.04; 20:0 – 3.31 [1]; ∑ saturated (mainly palmitic)-22.0 – 35.0; and ∑ saturated C20–C24 – 1.2–4.4; 18:1 – 40.1–45.0; 18:2 – 22.0–67.7 [2]

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