saponification number

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saponification number

[sə‚pän·ə·fə′kā·shən ‚nəm·bər]
(analytical chemistry)
Milligrams of potassium hydroxide required to saponify the fat, oil, or wax in a 1-gram sample of a given material, using a specific American Society for Testing and Materials test method.
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Also, the viscosity, density, saponification value and iodine value (IV) are different when virgin oils are used (Tomasevic, Siler-Marinkovic 2003).
99 Where IV = Iodine value SV = Saponification value Table 9: Heating values for neat oils (KJ/kg) and (MJ/kg) Oil HHV (KJ/kg) HHV (MJ/kg) LHV (KJ/kg) LHV (MJ/kg) TVO 39620 39.
Hydroxyl value (HV), Iodine value (IV), saponification value (SV) and refractive index (RI) were determined according to standard procedures (DFG, 1994).
In this paper, biodiesel synthesis from two waste cooking oils was monitored by saponification value and compared with transesterification of neat sunflower oil, in order to find out the differences between feedstock.
Before inclusion into the diet, the extent of peroxidation of the fresh and oxidative fish oil was determined by assaying the peroxide value (POV), acid value (AV), thiobarbituric acid-reactive substances (TBARS), iodine value (IV) and saponification value (SV) (Huang et al.
Considering the saponification value, which can be determined using titration, it is possible to find appropriate conditions of hydrolysis for every type of oil sample.
76 Iodine value (g/100 g) 100-110 Saponification value (mgKOH) 185-190 Nonsaponification value 1.
It also has no saponification value, inferring excellent saponification resistance.
The saponification value for a plasticizer is an indication of its polarity.