Tritium Recoil Labeling of Linseed Oil
The techniques of recoil tritiation  and Wilzbachtritiation  have been used to make a large number of complex organic compounds and natural mixtures such as “petroleum fractions” available for radioisotope studies [3,4]. Preparation of many of these compounds would not have been feasible by other techniques.
KeywordsMethyl Oleate Methyl Linoleate Diethylene Glycol Tritium Activity Unsaturated Fatty Acid Ester
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