By Hans Zoebelein
The second one, revised and enlarged version of this dictionary offers a wealth of profound info on renewable assets. subject matters are all correct plant and animal assets and the components derived thereof, the normal applied sciences of isolation and derivatization, and the most important fields of software - in regards to monetary features and destiny advancements. as well as the "classical" use as uncooked fabrics of the chemical undefined, the fields of energy/fuels, useful purposes, e.g. as development and insulation fabrics, an important pharmaceutical brokers, uncooked ingredients of cosmetics and aromas are handled. not just sleek equipment are taken into consideration but in addition older, virtually forgotten fields that stimulate new concerns. good written and thoroughly established, the dictionary is a truly great tool for a vast spectrum of clients in several fields of occupation, e.g. in public associations, technology and educating or undefined, in agriculture and ecology. certain characteristic: note indexes in English, German and French.
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C: Cross-section of fruit: (ex = exocarp plus mesocarp, m = endocarp, s = seed with seed coat) D: Seed (from Franke*, 1981, with permission). : 22-26 “C B. is the oil of the kernels of the babassu nut (-+babassu). The fatty acid composition is similar to that of -+coconut oil: Babassu Oil Fatty Acid C8:O c1o:o c12: 0 C14: 0 4-5% 68% 4445% 15-18% C16:O C18:O C18: 1 8-10% 2-5% 12-1 6% It is used almost exclusively for soap making and nutrition, e. , for margarine in Brazil internally. , as babassu oil fatty acid and derivatives, as well as exports are of minor importance.
The crude, neutralized and dried product (40% NaCI) needs no purification for many applications (oil fields, +detergents, paper). If decreased viscosities are desired hydrogen peroxide is added to the reaction mixture prior to neutralization. In uses where pure types are necessary (e. ,food), NaCl is extracted with alcohol/water mixtures. Mixed ethers (CMHEC) are made in one or two steps by the same technology as used for CMC or HEC. Crosslinking may be accomplished by adding alum, formaldehyde, bifunctional reagents or simply by heating the finished c.
C. has been proposed as a ion exchanger for cleaning chromium-containing effluents from electroplating and tanning plants. EFox “Development in Dairy Chemistry” Applied Science Publications, London (1982) Ullmann* ( 5 . : manioc C. is a tropical root crop, domesticated in South and Central America. Wide distribution in many tropical countries in Africa and Asia. c. is a shrubby, woody, short-lived +perennial, 3 m in height, which is easily propagated from stem cuttings. Leaves are large, deeply lobed and dark green.
Dictionary of Renewable Resources, 2nd Edition by Hans Zoebelein