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34. 35. 36. L. L. A. ; American Oil Chemists’ Society: Champaign, IL, 1980; pp. 105-130. ; and G. Ullyot. J Amer. Oil Chem. SOC. 1984, 61, 1109-1 11 1. Thomas, A. In Proceedings of the American Soybean Association Symposium on Soybean Processing; R. ; American Soybean Association: St. Louis, MO, 1981; Paper No. 4. 34. L. R. H. L. L. A. ; American Oil Chemists’ Society: Champaign, IL, 1980; pp. 67-70. Sleeter, R. 1. Am. Oil Chem. SOC. 1983, 60,343-349. Matlock, M. J Am. Oil Chem. SOC. 1988, 65, 530; Abstract KK10.

The objective of oil processing is to achieve an end product within the chemical and physical characteristics defined by product specifications. T. R. 1. Processing of Crude Oil Edible fats and oils are derived from several plants (soybean, corn, sunflower, rapeseed, or canola) and animal sources (tallow, lard, fish, and butterfat) (12). They are differentiated by source, fatty acid chain length, and physical form. 3). In addition to the identity of oil, geographical origin or the method of recovery may be identified.

And G. Ullyot. J Amer. Oil Chem. SOC. 1984, 61, 1109-1 11 1. Thomas, A. In Proceedings of the American Soybean Association Symposium on Soybean Processing; R. ; American Soybean Association: St. Louis, MO, 1981; Paper No. 4. 34. L. R. H. L. L. A. ; American Oil Chemists’ Society: Champaign, IL, 1980; pp. 67-70. Sleeter, R. 1. Am. Oil Chem. SOC. 1983, 60,343-349. Matlock, M. J Am. Oil Chem. SOC. 1988, 65, 530; Abstract KK10. Matlock, M. R. ; American Oil Chemists’ Society: Champaign, IL, 1990; pp.

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