Současný stav a perspektivy využití rostlinných olejů

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J. Šmidrkala, V. Filipa, Z. Bělohlavb, P. Zámostnýb, and V. Hönigc

a Department of Dairy and Fat Technology, b Department of Organic Technology, Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague, c Katedra chemie, Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze, Prague

 

The article presents a review of current situation in the the production of vegetable oils (triacylglycerols) and their use for food products and as a raw material in chemical industry. Most vegetable oils are used as edible oil and margarine) and only a small part (ca. 14 %) are used in the chemical industry (e.g. for production methyl esters), surfactants and a very small part in cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. Other possibilities of using vegetable oils are their hydrogenation and hydrogenolysis to alkanes or pyrolysis to low alkenes (ethylene) and aromatics.

 

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