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Purification of sucrose esters of fatty acids by a method of ultrafiltration
T995002 Purification of sucrose esters of fatty acids by a method of ultrafiltration
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Inventor: Zeringue, Jr., et al.
Date Issued: June 3, 1980
Application: 06/062,824
Filed: August 1, 1979
Inventors: Feuge; Reuben O. (New Orleans, LA)
Zeringue, Jr.; Hampden J. (Destrehan, LA)
Assignee: The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of (Washington, DC)
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U.S. Class: 210/500.41; 210/651; 536/119
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Abstract: A sucrose ester product mixture containing sucrose esters, glycerides and free fatty acids, all fatty acid groups having carbon chains of 2-22 carbon atoms, has been separated into a concentrated sucrose ester fraction and a concentrated glyceride-fatty acid fraction by ultrafiltration through a polysulfone, anisotropic, microporous, membrane which normally partitions solutes of a molecular weight above 10,000 from those below a molecular weight of 10,000.
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