Surface areas of naturally occurring lipid classes and the quantitative microdetermination of lipids.

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The surface area (A) of a lipid was directly proportional to the amount of lipid in a surface film (A = k micro moles) measured at constant surface pressure, temperature, and subphase composition. A surface area of 2300 cm(2)/ micro mole was obtained for cholesterol isolated from human adrenal and aorta and for cholesterol from hydrolysates of cholesteryl… (More)

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@article{Burke1973SurfaceAO, title={Surface areas of naturally occurring lipid classes and the quantitative microdetermination of lipids.}, author={Louise Burke and Ghanshyam Patil and Rao V. Panganamala and Jack C. Geer and Danielle Cornwell}, journal={Journal of lipid research}, year={1973}, volume={14 1}, pages={9-15} }