Efficiencies of acid and base-catalyzed methylation of vegetable oils by ambient mass spectrometry

@inproceedings{Jnior2013EfficienciesOA,
  title={Efficiencies of acid and base-catalyzed methylation of vegetable oils by ambient mass spectrometry},
  author={Oscar J{\'u}nior and Paula Fernandes Montanher and Elton Guntendorfer Bonaf{\'e} and Swami Ar{\^e}a Maruyama and Fabiana Carbonera and Rosana M. Alberici and Marcos Nogueira Eberlin and Jesu{\'i} Verg{\'i}ilio Visentainer},
  year={2013}
}
The fatty acids (FA) profile is an important parameter for quality control and typification for foods in general. These profiles work as a sort of "fingerprint", and may be useful to monitor frauds and deterioration of diverse types of foods. For vegetable oils, the FA profile is commonly determined after hydrolysis, methylation and gas chromatography (GC) analysis. In this work, the acid and base-catalyzed soybean oil methylation methods was monitored via GC-FID and also by ambient sonic-spray… CONTINUE READING

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