Measurement and correlation of solubility of carbon dioxide in triglycerides

@inproceedings{Howlader2017MeasurementAC,
  title={Measurement and correlation of solubility of carbon dioxide in triglycerides},
  author={Shamim Howlader and William Todd French and Hossein Toghiani and Ben Hartenbower and Larry E. Pearson and Janice L. DuBien and Neeraj Rai},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract A new pressure drop solubility gas apparatus was developed to determine the solubility of carbon dioxide in canola oil, a triglyceride consisting primarily of oleic, linoleic, and alpha linoleic acid radicals. Solubility of CO 2 in triglycerides was determined at different temperatures (283.2–303.2 K) and pressures (600–2450 kPa). It was found that the solubility of CO 2 in triglycerides is higher than that of pure water because triglycerides lack strong hydrogen bond networks that… CONTINUE READING

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