Kinetics of Liquid Phase Catalytic Hydrogenation of Impure Soy Lecithin

@inproceedings{Mane2013KineticsOL,
  title={Kinetics of Liquid Phase Catalytic Hydrogenation of Impure Soy Lecithin},
  author={Satish Babruwan Mane and Bhaskar Narayan Thorat and Manohar R. Sawant},
  year={2013}
}
Hydrogenation was carried out at different temperatures, hydrogen pressures and catalyst loadings and the observ-ations were used to tune parameters of a kinetic model. The reaction products were analyzed by Wijj’s method to find iodine value, which quantitatively yielded the degree of unsaturation; hence conversion. Impure soy lecithin was hydrogenated using 10% Pd/C catalyst in pressure reactor at comparably low pressure such as 1.5 Mpa until iodine number values drops in the range of 10-30… CONTINUE READING

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