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Chemistry of Natural Compounds

, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp 371–375 | Cite as

The use of the separating capacity of uniform-pored silica gel in the refining of cottonseed oils

  • A. Ganiev
  • U. I. Tros'ko
  • A. N. Mironova
  • E. P. Kolobova
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Summary

1. Uniform-pored silica gels produced in the Soviet Union possess a fairly pronounced separating capacity with respect to the main groups of substances accompanying cottonseed oil and eliminated during its purification.

2. The adsorption activity of the uniform-pored silica gels is sufficient for the refining of cottonseed oil at a ratio of the total amount of silica gel to the weight of oil of 1:1.

3. The purification of cottonseed oil with uniform-pored silica gels does not lead to appreciable chemical changes in the oil that could have an unfavorable influence on its edible value or its resistance to oxidation.

Keywords

Free Fatty Acid Glucan Gossypol Pore Radius Adsorption Activity 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1977

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  • A. Ganiev
  • U. I. Tros'ko
  • A. N. Mironova
  • E. P. Kolobova

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