The Lipid Handbook, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Jul 21, 1994 - Science - 1273 pages
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A great deal of research has been carried out on this important class of compounds in the last ten years. To ensure that scientists are kept up to date, the editors of the First Edition of The Lipid Handbook have completely reviewed and extensively revised their highly successful original work. The Lipid Handbook: Second Edition is an indispensable resource for anyone working with oils, fats, and related substances.
 

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Contents

Lipid structure
21
Occurrence and characteristics of oils and fats
47
Separation and isolation procedures
225
Processing of fats and oils
249
Analytical methods
319
Synthesis
359
structural and physical characteristics
401
optical and spectral characteristics
487
Chemical properties
561
Lipid metabolism
605
Medical and agricultural aspects of lipids
665
Index
709
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