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Study of stability against oxidation of rapeseed oil

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Some physical and chemical features of rapeseed oil with antioxidant additive were studied in connection with the stability against oxidation. The most optimal antioxidant was defined for rapeseed oil in order to use it in oil-filled high-voltage equipment.

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Anikeeva, M.A., Korobeynikov, S.M. Study of stability against oxidation of rapeseed oil. J. Engin. Thermophys. 25, 236–238 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1810232816020089

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Keywords

  • Breakdown Voltage
  • Engineer THERMOPHYSICS
  • Butyl Hydroxyanisol
  • Ionol
  • Peroxide Number