A Practical Treatise on Animal and Vegetable Fats and Oils: Comprising Both Fixed and Volatile Oils ... as Well as the Manufacture of Artificial Butter and Lubricants, Etc., with Lists of American Patents Relating to the Extraction, Rendering, Refining, Decomposing, and Bleaching of Fats and Oils, Volum 1

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Redwoods viscosimeter
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Fischers oil balance Brixs hydrometer
62
Table exhibiting the relationship between the values of rational
65
Table of specific gravity of some oils and fats at 212 F Freezing
71
F Jeans modification of J Loewes method as introduced in the Paris
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Elementary composition of the oils 477
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Table of the general physical properties of the vegetable fats oils
83
Table of the general physical properties of the waxes
89
Table of refractive indices of oils The oleorefractometer used in
95
Refractive indices of various oils with the oleorefractometer Spectrum
97
Yield of stearic acid and glycerin from stearin Nonsaponifiable sub
103
Monatomic acids derived from the nonsaturated hydrocarbons Oleic
109
Tetramethylammonium hydroxide and homologous combinations
115
Formation of glycerides and of glycerates Potassium acetate
121
Planchons method of determining glycerin Davids method
127
Peculiar behavior of steariu in fusing Modifications of stearin
134
Normal butyric acid its preparation and its properties
138
Manner of obtaining pure stearic acid Properties of stearic acid
144
Heintzs tables of mixtures of margaric and myristic acids and
150
Conversion of oleic acid into elaidic acid Decomposition of the alka
156
Gaidic acid Erucic or brassic acid Ltnoleic acid
162
Separation of volatile fatty acids
166
CHAPTER VII
172
Table of chromatic color reactions
179
Quantitative examinations Determinations required for quantitative
185
Remarks on the table
191
Table showing the content of insoluble fatty acids in some fats etc
197
Sodium hyposulphite solution Chloroform Potassium iodide solution
203
Determination of the oxyfatty acidsAcetyl number Determination
209
Burstyns method Mineral acids and their determination
215
Detection of smaller quantities of fat oils to 2 per cent Soaps in oils
220
Tables of the oils of the vegetable kingdom and of the animal king
226
Cylinder for cleaning seed
232
Arrangements for crushing the shells and comminuting the seeds
238
Edge runners described and illustrated
246
Expression of oil The wedge press described and illustrated
258
Oilmill constructed by M Ehrhardt described and illustrated
326
Bonnires apparatus for the rectification of carbon disulphide
330
Heyls distilling apparatus Seyferths apparatus for condensing
336
Cooling or condensing apparatuses described and illustrated
343
Extraction with benzine Merzs universal extractor described
349
Extraction with ether
355
Opinions in regard to the advantages of canadol over carbon disulphide 301
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Different stages of the process of refining Hand apparatus for mixing
367
Michauds process in refining with sulphuric acid Oilrefining boiler
375
Rendering tallow Rendering over an open fire
381
Rendering by steam Steamrendering apparatus described and
387
Evrads method of treating crude tallow with dilute solution of caustic
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CHAPTER XIV
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Varieties of peanuts Harvesting peanuts
406
Machinery for recleaning peanuts Underwoods peanut picker
407
Ben oil or soringa oil Benic behenic or benistearic acid
413
Reactions of almond oil Adulterations of almond oil
419
Mangifera indica Celastrineae Tricoccse Spindle tree oil Staff tree
425
Method of extraction in the United States
431
Testing Turkey red oil
437
Spurge oil and purging oil Sand boxtree oil Andi Gomessi Caout
441
Location of the chief cotton seed presses in the United States
448
Press for forming the cake described aud illustrated
454
Composition of cotton seed cake
460
Uses of cotton seed oil
467
Capparideas Rhceadece Crucifene Rhceadese Rape seed and colza
473
Reactions of rape seed and colza oils
478
Composition of black mustard and sarepta mustard Composition
484
Apocyneae Contortse Exile oil Cerbera tnanghas Wrightia antidys
490
Constituents of the ash of olives Preparation of virgin oil and
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Manner of working with the apparatus
503
Properties of extracted oil
504
Palmieris diagometer for testing olive oil
510
Constituents of maize germ oilcake Properties of maize oil
522
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