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EMBLICA OFFICINALIS ( AMLA ) : PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND FATTY ACID ANALYSIS FROM ARID ZONE OF RAJASTHAN *

@inproceedings{Arora2012EMBLICAO,
  title={EMBLICA OFFICINALIS ( AMLA ) : PHYSICO-CHEMICAL AND FATTY ACID ANALYSIS FROM ARID ZONE OF RAJASTHAN *},
  author={Arun Kumar Arora and Indresh Kumar and Rajendra Nath Sen and Jitendra Kumar Singh},
  year={2012}
}
Fatty acid profiles of seed oil of Emblica officinalis species having 18% or more fixed oil (brownishyellow) in colour in their seed/kernel was examined. Saponification number (SN), iodine value (IV) and acid value (AV) of was also determined and they varied from 155, 125.8 and 3.1 respectively. The fatty acids composition of Emblica officinalis have been analysed as their phenacyl ester (FAPE) by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC).The oil has been found rich in unsaturated acids… 

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