Synthesis and characterization of N,N-carbonyl difatty amides from palm oil

Al-Mulla, Emad A. Jaffar and Wan Yunus, Wan Md Zin and Ibrahim, Nor Azowa and Ab. Rahman, Mohamad Zaki (2009) Synthesis and characterization of N,N-carbonyl difatty amides from palm oil. Journal of Oleo Science, 58 (9). pp. 467-471. ISSN 1345-8957

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Abstract

N,N′-Carbonyl difatty amides (CDFAs) have been synthesized from palm oil using sodium ethoxide as catalyst. Ethyl fatty esters (EFEs) were produced as a by-product as well as glycerol. The synthesis was carried out by reflux palm oil and urea in presence of ethanol. In this process, palm oil gave 79% pure CDFAs after 8 hours and molar ratio of urea to palm oil was 6.2: 1 at 78°C. Both CDFAs and EFEs have been characterized using elemental analysis, Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy and 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technique

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Palm oil; Urea; Difatty amides; Ethyl fatty esters; Sodium ethoxide
Subject:Fatty acids — Synthesis
Subject:Amides - Properties
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Science
Publisher:Japan Oil Chemists Society
DOI Number:http://dx.doi.org/10.5650/jos.58.467
Altmetrics:http://www.altmetric.com/details.php?domain=psasir.upm.edu.my&doi=10.5650/jos.58.467
ID Code:16930
Deposited By: Najwani Amir Sariffudin
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