Definition of Oleine
1. olein [n -S] - See also: olein
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Literary usage of Oleine
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on human physiology by John Call Dalton (1875)
"It crystallizes, on cooling from a warm solution in oleine, in fine radiating needles which öfter follow a wavy or curvilinea direction. ..."
2. Elementary Chemistry: Theoretical and Practical by George Fownes, Robert Bridges (1845)
"Stearine crystallizes out, while margarine and oleine remain in solution. ... When stearine, margarine, or oleine are boiled with a strong solution of ..."
3. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"oleine (Oleic Acid) This consists of the liquid fatty acids (mainly oleic ... According to its method of preparation, it is distinguished as oleine <>J ..."
4. Human Histology in Its Relations to Descriptive Anatomy, Physiology, and by Edmund Randolph Peaslee (1857)
"oleine, Margarine, and Stearine. These three immediate principles are combined ... It forms a much greater proportion of human fat than oleine. 3. ..."
5. General Notions of Chemistry by Théophile Jules Pelouze, Edmond Fremy (1854)
"oleine exists in oil and fats in variable proportions; it predominates in ... oleine is slightly yellow; it is discolored by the direct light of the sun; ..."
6. The Principles of Chemistry: Illustrated by Simple Experiments by Julius Adolph Stöckhardt (1850)
"Every simple fat contains a peculiar acid, — stearine, stearic acid ; oleine, oleic acid ; palmi- tine, palmitic acid, ... oleine " " oleate of oxide of ..."
7. Applied Chemistry: In Manufactures, Arts, and Domestic Economy by Edward Andrew Parnell (1844)
"... oleine does not become rancid, but this body is more ... The oleine of drying oils appears to bea distinct substance from the ..."