By R O Adlof
The Advances in Lipid technique sequence used to be introduced and edited through William W. Christie. Now, after a holiday of six years and with one other famous lipid analyst because the editor, the 5th quantity comprises topical experiences via foreign specialists on points of lipid methodology. Chapters clarify the method of constructing average equipment for reading fat, oils and lipids, then pass directly to study them, profile fatty acids in metabolic issues and supply an international viewpoint and purposes in lipid know-how.
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Differential scanning calorimetry cooling curves of soybean oil (SoO) at cooling rates varying from 1 to 20°C/min. Abbreviations: A, 1°C/min; B, 5°C/min; C, 10°C/min; D, 20°C/min. Top curve is A in more detail. 22 ADVANCES IN LIPID METHODOLOGY – FIVE the rate of cooling increases. At faster cooling rates, a certain amount of the fat crystallizes in a less stable form at a lower crystallization temperature, presumably because the temperature was lowered too quickly for complete crystallization of the stable form.
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Advances in lipid methodology by R O Adlof