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Definition of Glyceridic
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Literary usage of Glyceridic
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1. Animal and Vegetable Fixed Oils, Fats, Butters, and Waxes: Their Preparation by Charles Romley Alder Wright (1894)
"... of Class X. (mainly non-glyceridic) is in actual practice not extremely sharply marked ; for sperm oil» usually contain small quantities of glycerides, ..."
2. Chemical Technology and Analysis of Oils, Fats and Waxes by Julius Lewkowitsch (1921)
"+51° „ The optical rotations recorded in this table are not caused by non- glyceridic substances, but are due to the configuration of the fatty acids ..."
3. The Hydrogenation of Oils, Catalyzers Nad Catalysis and the Eneration of by Carleton Ellis (1919)
"In other words, hydrogenation as carried out in the manufacture of the new product appears to have so altered or destroyed the non-glyceridic substances ..."
4. Commercial Organic Analysis by Alfred Henry Allen, Wm. A. Davis (1910)
"As expressed, it consists of a fixed oil with 8 to 10% of an essential- oil (nutmeg oil). The glyceridic portion is composed chiefly of ..."
5. Lubrication and Lubricants: A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of by Richard Mountford Deeley, Leonard Archbutt (1900)
"... is mainly sperm oils by its high specific gravity (above 0'919), and by yielding glyceridic in character, and may be distinguished at once from the ..."
6. Lubrication and Lubricants: A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of by Leonard Archbutt, Richard Mountford Deeley (1907)
"The oil which naturally exudes from the blubber of these animals, and which is also obtained by heating it with water, is mainly glyceridic in character, ..."