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Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil and Its

  • synthesis of bio-base plasticizer using waste cooking oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil and Its Performance Testing in Soft Poly(vinyl chloride) Films Waste cooking oil was modified to prepare bio-base plasticizers (a, b and c) with terephthalic acid, adipic acid and benzoic acid by transesterification, epoxidation and ring opening reactions, respectively.

  • synthesis of bio-base plasticizer using waste cooking oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil and Its Performance Testing bioresources-bioproducts 101 2.2.3 General procedure for the ring-opening reactions of EFAME with organic carboxylic acids to give bio-base plasticizers (a, b and c) In the first step, 100 g of the EFAME (approximately 0.26

  • synthesis of bio-base plasticizer using waste cooking oil

    Synthesis of Bio-base Plasticizer Using Waste Cooking Oil

    Waste cooking oil was modified to prepare bio-base plasticizers (a, b and c) with terephthalic acid, adipic acid and benzoic acid by transesterification, epoxidation and ring opening reactions, respectively. The polyvinyl chloride (PVC) films (a/PVC, b/PVC and c/PVC) were prepared using a, b and c as bio-base plasticizers.

  • synthesis and application of environmental castor oil

    Synthesis and Application of Environmental Castor Oil

    An efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl chloride) from waste cooking oil and citric acid: Synthesis and evaluation in PVC films. Journal of Cleaner Production 2018, DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.04.085. Sangjun Lee, Min Su Park, Jihoon Shin, Young-Wun Kim.

  • sustainable synthesis of epoxidized waste cooking oil

    Sustainable Synthesis of Epoxidized Waste Cooking Oil

    Sustainable Synthesis of Epoxidized Waste Cooking Oil and Its Application as a Plasticizer for Polyvinyl Chloride Films Article in European Polymer Journal 99 · December 2017 with 57 Reads

  • an efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl

    An efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl

    Request PDF on ResearchGate An efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl chloride) from waste cooking oil and citric acid: Synthesis and evaluation in PVC films In this study, a bio

  • sustainable synthesis of epoxidized waste cooking oil

    Sustainable synthesis of epoxidized waste cooking oil

    Hence, in this work, we developed a new environmentally friendly synthetic route for the production of epoxidized waste cooking oil using citric acid as both oxygen carrier and catalyst and we have demonstrated the potential of the prepared epoxidized oil as a primary plasticizer for PVC films with no need for further additives. 2.

  • an efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl

    An efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl

    Jul 10, 2018· The plasticizer was synthesized using waste cooking oil and citric acid as raw materials. • The plasticizer had a high molecular weight and many ester bonds. • The plasticizer properties were obviously better than those of ESO and were as good as those of DOP. • The extraction loss of the PVC films was lower in distilled water.

  • a strategy for nonmigrating plasticized pvc modified with

    A Strategy for Nonmigrating Plasticized PVC Modified with

    Jan 25, 2018· Waste cooking oil (WCO) is an oil-based substance, which has been used to make foods, but no longer suitable for eating. WCO is mainly generated from these urban areas with high density population

  • [pdf] sulfur-containing fatty acid-based plasticizers via

    [PDF] Sulfur-containing fatty acid-based plasticizers via

    A new family of sulfur-containing plasticizers derived from fatty acids has been developed. The synthetic approach is based on the thiol–ene addition of alkyl thiols to the double bond of technical oleic acid, followed by oxidation of the sulfide group to either sulfoxide or sulfone groups. It has been found that both sulfide and sulfoxide derivatives are not suitable as plasticizers due to

  • synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    Synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    Synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer based on tung oil fatty acid for poly (vinyl chloride) blends Hanqing Tong 1 and Jinping Hai haijinping@gdupt.edu.cn 2 View More View Less

  • synthesis and application of environmental castor oil

    Synthesis and Application of Environmental Castor Oil

    Synthesis and Application of Environmental Castor Oil Based Polyol Ester Plasticizers for Poly(vinyl chloride) (vinyl chloride) from waste cooking oil and citric acid: Synthesis and evaluation in PVC films. Guodong Feng, Lihong Hu, Yan Ma, Synthesis of a bio-based plasticizer from oleic acid and its evaluation in PVC formulations.

  • synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    Synthesis of a novel environmental friendly plasticizer

    A novel environmental friendly plasticizer (TPE) derived from tung oil fatty acid with long fatty acid chain and high degree of branching was synthesized. Chemical structure of the obtained TPE was characterized with Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) and 1H NMR. TPE was used to prepare plasticized PVC blends as main plasticizer.

  • microwave-assisted catalytic synthesis of bio-based

    Microwave-Assisted Catalytic Synthesis of Bio-Based

    Article Microwave-Assisted Catalytic Synthesis of Bio-Based Copolymers from Waste Cooking Oil Mahrzadi Noureen Shahi 1,2, Muhammad Arshad 1 and Aman Ullah 1,* 1 Department of Agricultural, Food and Nutritional Sciences, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2P5, Canada. 2 Department of Chemistry, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Bahawalpur 63100, Pakistan.

  • feasibility study of biodiesel synthesis from waste

    Feasibility Study of Biodiesel Synthesis from Waste

    Abstract. The idea of transforming waste into a useful energy source is gaining reputation in recent years. The present work is intended to analyze the feasibility of using waste ayurvedic oil (WAO) biodiesel as diesel engine fuel which would reduce the environmental issues

  • calorific value measurements and optimization of waste

    Calorific Value Measurements and Optimization of Waste

    Calorific Value Measurements and Optimization of Waste Cooking Oil Bio-Diesel, Crude Plastic Oil and Their Blends for the Synthesis of Low Cost High Energy Fuels Rashmi Kumari, Nirmala N., Caroline Joshi C., Dawn S.S Centre for Waste Management, Sathyabama University, Chennai-119

  • innovative applications of waste cooking oil as raw

    Innovative applications of waste cooking oil as raw

    In this review article, the most recent and innovative applications of recycled waste cooking oil are reported and discussed. These include the production of bioplasticizers, the application of chemicals derived from waste cooking oils as energy vectors and the use of waste cooking

  • epoxidized vegetable oil and bio‐based materials as pvc

    Epoxidized vegetable oil and bio‐based materials as PVC

    Epoxidized vegetable oil and bio-based materials as PVC plasticizer Hadeel Hosney ,1,2 Bassant Nadiem,1 Ibrahim Ashour,1,2 Ibrahim Mustafa,3 Ayman El-Shibiny4 1Environmental Engineering Program, Zewail City of Science and Technology, Shiekh Ziad City, Egypt 2Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Minia University, El-Minia, Egypt 3Biomedical Engineering

  • the effect of isocyanate structure on ionic conductivity

    The effect of isocyanate structure on ionic conductivity

    Sep 26, 2017· Polyurethane solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) films was prepared via solvent-free method using waste cooking oil-based polyol, diisocyanate, LiTFSI salt and ethylene carbonate as plasticizer. Two types of diisocyanate were chosen; aromatic 4,4-diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI) and aliphatic 1,6-hexamethylene diisocyanate (HDI) and the effect of diisocyanate structure on SPE properties were

  • the rebirth of waste cooking oil to novel bio-based

    The Rebirth of Waste Cooking Oil to Novel Bio-based

    May 06, 2015· Waste cooking oil (WCO) is a kind of non-edible oil with enormous quantities and its unreasonable dispose may generate negative impact on human life and environment. However, WCO is certainly a renewable feedstock of bio-based materials. To

  • review on the potential use of waste cooking palm oil

    REVIEW ON THE POTENTIAL USE OF WASTE COOKING PALM OIL

    review on the potential use of waste cooking palm oil in the production of high oleic palm oil via enzymatic acidolysis Production of structured lipids (SL) or tailor made fats provides an opportunity for cheap oils and fats to be utilized for the synthesis of high added value products.

  • (pdf) optimization of waste cooking oil lubricant base

    (PDF) Optimization of waste cooking oil lubricant base

    Synthesis of waste cooking oil (WCO) based lubricant basestock was prepared via epoxidation, using sulfuric acid (SA) as a homogeneous acid catalyst. Response surface methodology (RSM) was adopted as an optimization tool to study and optimize the

  • synthesis and characterization of biofuels

    Synthesis and Characterization of Biofuels

    3.1.1 Synthesis We began our biodiesel synthesis by warming about 20 mL of waste cooking oil to about 50 C, whereupon we added 5 mL of 0.4 M NaOH in a methanol solution to act as an alcohol reagent. This mixture was stirred for about 45 minutes, then left by itself for a week to settle out into its

  • biodiesel synthesis from waste cooking oil using cao.sro

    Biodiesel Synthesis From Waste Cooking Oil Using CaO.SrO

    Biodiesel Synthesis From Waste Cooking Oil Using CaO.SrO Catalyst By Transesterification Reaction In Batch Reactor CaO is a very good catalyst for oil transesterification reactions into biodiesel, but requires a reaction time of 2 hours to obtain equilibrium.

  • the rebirth of waste cooking oil to novel bio-based

    The Rebirth of Waste Cooking Oil to Novel Bio-based

    May 06, 2015· Waste cooking oil (WCO) is a kind of non-edible oil with enormous quantities and its unreasonable dispose may generate negative impact on human life and environment. However, WCO is certainly a renewable feedstock of bio-based materials. To

  • review on the potential use of waste cooking palm oil

    REVIEW ON THE POTENTIAL USE OF WASTE COOKING PALM OIL

    review on the potential use of waste cooking palm oil in the production of high oleic palm oil via enzymatic acidolysis Production of structured lipids (SL) or tailor made fats provides an opportunity for cheap oils and fats to be utilized for the synthesis of high added value products.

  • (pdf) optimization of waste cooking oil lubricant base

    (PDF) Optimization of waste cooking oil lubricant base

    Synthesis of waste cooking oil (WCO) based lubricant basestock was prepared via epoxidation, using sulfuric acid (SA) as a homogeneous acid catalyst. Response surface methodology (RSM) was adopted as an optimization tool to study and optimize the

  • synthesis and characterization of biofuels

    Synthesis and Characterization of Biofuels

    3.1.1 Synthesis We began our biodiesel synthesis by warming about 20 mL of waste cooking oil to about 50 C, whereupon we added 5 mL of 0.4 M NaOH in a methanol solution to act as an alcohol reagent. This mixture was stirred for about 45 minutes, then left by itself for a week to settle out into its

  • biodiesel synthesis from waste cooking oil using cao.sro

    Biodiesel Synthesis From Waste Cooking Oil Using CaO.SrO

    Biodiesel Synthesis From Waste Cooking Oil Using CaO.SrO Catalyst By Transesterification Reaction In Batch Reactor CaO is a very good catalyst for oil transesterification reactions into biodiesel, but requires a reaction time of 2 hours to obtain equilibrium.

  • recycling of cooking oil waste into reactive polyurethane

    Recycling of Cooking Oil Waste into Reactive Polyurethane

    Driven by the need of growing to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly future, this research is started by mixing in-house produced biorenewable polymers (BP) from waste cooking oil with the standard low density polyethylene (LDPE) and high density polyethylene (HDPE) via melt-mixing at low ratios. These mixtures are then compounded via injection molding to produce tensile samples.

  • triacetin as a secondary pvc plasticizer springerlink

    Triacetin as a Secondary PVC Plasticizer SpringerLink

    Mar 28, 2019· Feng G, Hu L, Ma Y et al (2018) An efficient bio-based plasticizer for poly (vinyl chloride) from waste cooking oil and citric acid: synthesis and evaluation in PVC films. J Clean Prod 189:334–343 CrossRef Google Scholar. 26. Shafie MH, Samsudin D, Yusof R, Gan C-Y (2018) Characterization of bio-based plastic made from a mixture of Momordica

  • waste vegetable oil/uco/used cooking oil for biodiesel

    Waste Vegetable Oil/uco/used Cooking Oil For Biodiesel

    Waste Vegetable Oil/uco/used Cooking Oil For Biodiesel/biodiesel Manufacturer,Find Complete Details about Waste Vegetable Oil/uco/used Cooking Oil For Biodiesel/biodiesel Manufacturer,Waste Vegetable Oil,/used Cooking Oil,Biodiesel from Supplier or Manufacturer-Hebei Jingu Plasticizer

  • synthesis and characterization of biodegradable starch

    Synthesis and Characterization of Biodegradable Starch

    This study was carried out to evaluate the potential of plastic synthesized using bio-based starch. The method began with extraction of starch from chosen tubers with high content of starch; potato and yam. The samples were first grated, grinded and strained to obtain crude starch, which then centrifuged and rinsed to get pure starch. The starch was then reacted with hydrochloric acid to

  • synthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoate from palm oil and some

    Synthesis of polyhydroxyalkanoate from palm oil and some

    The biosynthesis and characterization of various types of PHA using palm oil products have been described in detail in this review. Besides, by-products and waste stream from palm oil industry have also demonstrated promising results as carbon sources for PHA biosynthesis.

  • wasted oil ucome fuel oil biodiesel used cooking oil buy

    Wasted Oil Ucome Fuel Oil Biodiesel Used Cooking Oil Buy

    Wasted Oil Ucome Fuel Oil Biodiesel Used Cooking Oil,Find Complete Details about Wasted Oil Ucome Fuel Oil Biodiesel Used Cooking Oil,Used Cooking Oil For Sale,Price For Used Cooking Oil,Bulk Cooking Oil from Supplier or Manufacturer-Hebei Jingu Plasticizer Co., Ltd.

  • highly flexible pvc materials without plasticizer

    Highly Flexible PVC Materials without Plasticizer

    A synthetic approach for the preparation and linkage of functionalized plasticizer molecules to PVC is described. The synthesis of this four-step procedure is economically and ecologically viable because it is based on trichlorotriazine as inexpensive starting material; the reactions can be carried out one-pot with quantitative yields and without need of final purification of the products.

  • production of polyhydroxyalkanoates from waste frying oil

    Production of polyhydroxyalkanoates from waste frying oil

    Jun 10, 2011· The improved performance of waste oil compared to pure oil could be ascribed to the prolonged heating of waste oil. Rapeseed oil that had been heated for around 1 week was also used in fermentations. The maximum PHB concentration with heated vegetable oil was 0.98 g/l in a fermentation using 20 g/l of the oil.

  • modified alkyd resins as the versatile coating materials

    Modified Alkyd Resins as the Versatile Coating Materials

    Modified Alkyd Resins as the Versatile Coating Materials derived from Vegetable Oils A Hasnat* Natural Product and Polymer Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, G. F. College (Affili-ated to M J P Rohilkhand University) Shahjahanpur, U.P. India ABSTRACT

  • wasted oil ucome fuel oil biodiesel used cooking oil buy

    Wasted Oil Ucome Fuel Oil Biodiesel Used Cooking Oil Buy

    Wasted Oil Ucome Fuel Oil Biodiesel Used Cooking Oil,Find Complete Details about Wasted Oil Ucome Fuel Oil Biodiesel Used Cooking Oil,Used Cooking Oil For Sale,Price For Used Cooking Oil,Bulk Cooking Oil from Supplier or Manufacturer-Hebei Jingu Plasticizer Co., Ltd.

  • highly flexible pvc materials without plasticizer

    Highly Flexible PVC Materials without Plasticizer

    A synthetic approach for the preparation and linkage of functionalized plasticizer molecules to PVC is described. The synthesis of this four-step procedure is economically and ecologically viable because it is based on trichlorotriazine as inexpensive starting material; the reactions can be carried out one-pot with quantitative yields and without need of final purification of the products.

  • production of polyhydroxyalkanoates from waste frying oil

    Production of polyhydroxyalkanoates from waste frying oil

    Jun 10, 2011· The improved performance of waste oil compared to pure oil could be ascribed to the prolonged heating of waste oil. Rapeseed oil that had been heated for around 1 week was also used in fermentations. The maximum PHB concentration with heated vegetable oil was 0.98 g/l in a fermentation using 20 g/l of the oil.

  • how to prepare used cooking oil for biodiesel: 13 steps

    How to Prepare Used Cooking Oil for Biodiesel: 13 Steps

    Mar 29, 2019· To prepare used cooking oil for biodiesel, start by heating the oil to 95°F in a large cooking pot. Next, line a funnel with a cheesecloth or coffee filter, place it over a clean container, and strain the oil by pouring it through the funnel.

  • creating biodiesel and mitigating waste

    Creating Biodiesel and Mitigating Waste

    from waste vegetable oil is a fairly simple process. Seeing the process firsthand, and better yet, going through the steps from oil to fuel, enables the student to grasp the fuel making process. Included in this exercise is some basic oil analysis that is necessary to differentiate between various oils that a biodiesel producer may encounter.

  • the rebirth of waste cooking oil to novel bio-based

    The Rebirth of Waste Cooking Oil to Novel Bio-based

    The Rebirth of Waste Cooking Oil to Novel Bio-based Surfactants Qi-Qi Zhang,1 Bang-Xin Cai,1 Wen-Jie Xu,1 Hong-Ze Gang,1 Jin-Feng Liu,1 Shi-Zhong Yang,1 and Bo-Zhong Mu a, 1, 2 1 State Key Laboratory of Bioreactor Engineering and Institute of Applied Chemistry, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai 200237, P.R. China

  • synthesis of epoxy resin from waste ricebran oil

    Synthesis of Epoxy Resin From Waste Ricebran Oil

    biodegradable epoxy resin from a cheaper feedstock viz. waste cooking oil. Ricebran oil is having unsaturated fatty acids and the epoxidation reaction is favoured by the presence of unsaturated sites. In this paper waste ricebran oil was selected for being used as the feedstock for the synthesis

  • used and waste oil and grease for biodiesel farm energy

    Used and Waste Oil and Grease for Biodiesel Farm Energy

    Apr 03, 2019· The cleanest and easiest to work with is used cooking oil, also called waste vegetable oil or used fryer oil. This is edible oil that has been used multiple times in a deep-fat fryer. The second type is called “trap grease.” Use tanks coated with teflon or plastic or invest in super-alloy tanks.

  • synthesis and characterization of biodegradable starch

    Synthesis and Characterization of Biodegradable Starch

    This study was carried out to evaluate the potential of plastic synthesized using bio-based starch. The method began with extraction of starch from chosen tubers with high content of starch; potato and yam. The samples were first grated, grinded and strained to obtain crude starch, which then centrifuged and rinsed to get pure starch. The starch was then reacted with hydrochloric acid to

  • modified alkyd resins as the versatile coating materials

    Modified Alkyd Resins as the Versatile Coating Materials

    Modified Alkyd Resins as the Versatile Coating Materials derived from Vegetable Oils A Hasnat* Natural Product and Polymer Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, G. F. College (Affili-ated to M J P Rohilkhand University) Shahjahanpur, U.P. India ABSTRACT

  • a review of vegetable oil-based polymers: synthesis

    A Review of Vegetable Oil-Based Polymers: Synthesis

    ble oils in the world [13]. Linseed oil has been used mainly in non-food applications as an impregnator and var-nish in wood finishing, as a pigment binder in oil paints, and as a plasticizer and hardener in putty. Inedible veg-etable oils include processed linseed oil, tung oil, and castor oil, and they are widely used in lubricants, paints,

  • wo2013003225a2

    WO2013003225A2

    Sustainable synthesis of epoxidized waste cooking oil and Epoxidized edible vegetable oils are one of the most currently studied PVC plasticizer candidates for they are derived from renewable sources, thus being readily available and biodegradable, and furthermore because, as an additive to PVC, they act as both plasticizer and heat stabilizer [1].

  • experiment 2: biodiesel synthesis introduction

    Experiment 2: Biodiesel Synthesis Introduction

    Experiment 2: Biodiesel Synthesis Introduction The United States is the largest single consumer of fossil fuels in the world. Each year, the U.S. consumes 125 billion gallons of gasoline and 60 billion gallons of diesel fuel. With our current energy consumption and the possibility of a world-wide declining oil

  • cn101914219a preparation method of composite epoxy

    CN101914219A Preparation method of composite epoxy

    The invention relates to a preparation method of a composite epoxy plasticizer. The composite epoxy plasticizer is prepared by mixing raw materials of fatty acid methyl ester and soybean oil through one-step epoxidation reaction, wherein the fatty acid methyl ester accounts for 25-90% by mass, hydrogen peroxide is used as an oxygen supplier and accounts for 25-35% of the raw material by mass