neutral oil

neutral oil

[′nü·trəl ′ȯil]
(materials)
Light oil from dewaxed petroleum; medium or low viscosity, flash point 143-160°C.
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In addition, the research suggests that replacing the neutral oil used in eye drops with oil that possesses valuable biological properties for the eye could also contribute to the prevention of retina diseases.
Blinding of the characteristic chamomile aroma was achieved by inserting a disk impregnated with 1 drop of chamomile oil (for placebo) or 1 drop of neutral oil (for chamomile) into the lid of each airtight medication container.
They first focused their efforts on developing better ways to separate usable portions of the waste--such as free fatty acids, neutral oil, and waxes--from unusable portions, such as solids and other insoluble materials.
Because of the delicate flavour, a fairly neutral oil should be used to fry squid.
The neutral oil was separated in a column filled with [Al.
Nonsilicone agents include Econo-Spray paintable, Hi-Line spray paintable, dry powder with Teflon, dry waxy with Krytox, zinc stearate, neutral oil and lecithin.
500g (1lb 2oz) mild red chillies, seeded 250ml (9fl oz) olive or other neutral oil, eg corn
2Make the sauce just before you serve: mix together the lime juice and soy sauce with a neutral oil such as peanut oil or rape seed oil (not olive oil) which will emulsify fast.
Texaco and Petrobras have joined Chevron as founders of this independent and neutral oil and gas industry marketplace.
This 30-weight oil must then be blended with a heavier component, such as bright stock or another very heavy neutral oil, to produce the 40-weight oil required for these engines.
The co-presenters will discuss advantages of this newly developing technology, the most notable of which is elimination of the neutralization of high FFA oils, as fatty acids are converted directly to green diesel along with the neutral oil.
The algae produce lipids, the most useful being neutral oil made up largely of triacyglycerides (TAG) that can be converted to biofuels.