Use of ferric chloride to decolorize cottonseed oil

@article{Yatsu1970UseOF,
  title={Use of ferric chloride to decolorize cottonseed oil},
  author={L. Yatsu and T. Jacks and T. Hensarling},
  journal={Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society},
  year={1970},
  volume={47},
  pages={73-74}
}
Cottonseed miscella was treated with FeCl3 to form an iron-gossypol complex. The treated miscella was then extracted with alkaline water. The supernatant lipid filtered through bleaching clay produced an oil containing virtually no light-absorbing color bodies and a product that compared favorably, colorwise, with commercial oil. 
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