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Autoxidation and yellowing of methyl linolenate

Progress in Lipid Research

Jan 1, 1992

R KumarathasanH D Gesser

PMID: 1461916

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The autoxidation of fatty esters of linseed oil is studied extensively, and the products formed from these reactions are identified. The mechanism suggested for autoxidation, helps to understand fat deterioration resulting in offensive odours and flavours, and to develop new antioxidant...read more

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Antioxidants
Oxidation-Reduction
Linseed Oil
Copolymerization
methyl linolenate
Color
Saturated Fat
Oxidation
Esters
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Autoxidation and yellowing of methyl linolenate

Progress in Lipid Research

Jan 1, 1992

R KumarathasanH D Gesser

PMID: 1461916

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Abstract

The autoxidation of fatty esters of linseed oil is studied extensively, and the products formed from these reactions are identified. The mechanism suggested for autoxidation, helps to understand fat deterioration resulting in offensive odours and flavours, and to develop new antioxidant...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Antioxidants
Oxidation-Reduction
Linseed Oil
Copolymerization
methyl linolenate

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