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DATE

1976-10

AUTHORS

B. Jacobsberg, Oh Chuan Ho

ABSTRACT

The melting and crystallization behaviors of palm oil were examined by nuclear magnetic resonance, differential scanning calorimetry, and plasticity measurements and were correlated with composition and chemical characteristics. Fractionation into high melting and low melting components is adversely affected by increase in free fatty acids (FFA), diglyceride content, and degree of oxidation, and hence, for an oil that is to be fractionated, both hydrolysis and oxidation should be kept to a minimum. Palm oil with very low FFA content, obtained from ripe, unbruised fruit, contains substantially more diglycerides than would be expected from the level of FFA present. Liquid and solid palm oil fractions manufactured in the producing countries showed large variation in characteristics, due in part to the use of various fractionation processes. The characteristics used to define the quality of palm oil are also applicable to its fractions. More... »

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609-617

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/bf02586272

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02586272

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