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1H nuclear magnetic resonance determination of the yield of the transesterification of rapeseed oil with methanol

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The formation of fatty acid methyl esters by transesterification with methanol can be monitored by1H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; this accurate determination is simpler than chromatographic methods.

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Gelbard, G., Brès, O., Vargas, R.M. et al. 1H nuclear magnetic resonance determination of the yield of the transesterification of rapeseed oil with methanol. J Am Oil Chem Soc 72, 1239–1241 (1995). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02540998

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