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A Combustible Product from Coconut Oil
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Process of producing gasoline and other hydrocarbons from coconut oil and related animal and vegetable oils and fats
Document Type and Number:United States Patent 2437438
Inventors:Sergius, Petroff and Prats, Anthony E.
Publication Date: 03/09/1948
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Diesel Fuel by Kolbe Electrolysis of Potassium salts of Coconut Acids and Acetic Acid by Florentino C. Sumera and Salma Sadain

Kolbe electrolysis of potassium salts of coconut fatty acids and acetic acid, produced a clear liquid product (58% theoretical yield) with very good diesel-fuel properties.

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PILOT TESTING OF THE CRUZESTERIFICATION PROCESS IN THE PRODUCTION OF BIODIESEL AT PCA-ZAMBOANGA RESEARCH CENTER
Gerardo B. Baylon, Gerardo A. Santos and Rico O. Cruz
Dr. Rico O. Cruz developed a simple process of producing biodiesel. Unlike the widely known transesterification process (one way of modifying the chemical structure of a triglyceride), which usually requires the application of external heat during the whole process, and washing of the resultant fuel, the standardized protocol developed by Dr. Cruz is done at room temperature, no amount of heat is applied, and the sweetening phase or washing of the resulting fuel is eliminated. The procedure does not require sophisticated equipment and could even be done on areas without electricity.
TRANSESTERIFICATION PROCESS TO MANUFACTURE
ETHYL ESTER OF RAPE OIL
Roger A. Korus, Dwight S. Hoffman Narendra Barn,
Charles L. Peterson, and David C. Drown
Department of Chemical Engineering
University of Idaho
The essential part of the process is the transesterification of rape oil with ethanol, in the presence of a CATALYST, to yield the ethyl ester of rape oil as a product and glycerin as a by-product.
http://journeytoforever.org/biofuel_library/EthylEsterofRapeOil.pdf

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Other links:
http://www.newswise.com/articles/view/?id=BIOFUEL.PUR
http://www.agriculture.purdue.edu/agricultures/past/spring2001/features/feature_01.html
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First posted online on October 10, 2005.

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posted by RU9 at Wednesday, February 20, 2008

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice work, regards

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