Fatty Acids: Their Chemistry and Physical Properties, Volume 2
The nature and history of fats and waxes. Classificatin and structure of the fatty acids. Physical properties of the fatty acids. Chemical reactions of the fatty acids. Synthesis of fatty acids. Isolation and identification of fatty acids.
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Historical and General
Classification and Nomenclature
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