Analisis hasil metatesis minyak kelapa sawit -kajian awal-

Alimunair, Arisol and Mohd Yamin, Bohari and Mohd Nordin, Nor Asyikin and Yarmo, Mohd Ambar and Abd Rahman, Mohd Zaki and Ibrahim, Mohd Nor and Pardan, Kasamani (1988) Analisis hasil metatesis minyak kelapa sawit -kajian awal-. In: Simposium Kimia Analisis Kebangsaan Kedua, 6-8 Sep 1988, Pulau Pinang. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

Tindak balas metatesis boleh dilakukan terhadap minyak kelapa sawit dengan menggunakan sistem mangkin tungsten heksaklorida dan tetrametiltin.Hasil tindak balas telah dianalisiskan dengan kaedah kromatografi dan spektroskopi yang berfungsi untuk menunjukkan tindak balas metatesis dapat berlaku. Keputusan yang diperolehi adalah jelas menunjukkan ester asid lemak jenis tak tepu pada trisleiserida minyak sawit telah mengalami tindak balas metatesis silang dengan menghasilkan beberapa jenis olefin linear yang berantai panjang.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subject:Metathesis - Congresses.
Subject:Palm-oil - Metathesis reactions.
Subject:Palm-oil industry - Malaysia.
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Science
ID Code:18695
Deposited By: Samsida Samsudin
Deposited On:30 Jul 2012 01:18
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