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olein

[′ō·lē·ən]
(organic chemistry)
(C17H33COO)3C3H5 Oleic acid triglyceride; yellow liquid melting at -5°C; slightly soluble in alcohol, soluble in chloroform, ether, and carbon tetrachloride; found in most fats and oils; used in textile lubrication.
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The Consul-General and Johari Minal, Consul, Consulate-General of Malaysia later witnessed the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding for one year supply of palm olein between China Castle Restaurant and Pacific Commodities, the sole supplier of imported Malaysian palm olein in Karachi.
Palm olein has been shown to be effective in maintaining desirable plasma cholesterol and lipoprotein cholesterol levels.
Multiply the aforementioned situation thousands of times and you get an idea how much the government loses every year to smugglers of palm olein.
Peroxide value of vanaspati prepared from transesterified blends of palm olein and MOO, after long term storage was greater than the market vanaspati (Nadeem et al., 2015b).
After intermittent frying, large variations of anisidine values were also observed within palm olein samples (Table 2).
Because the palm oil had fractionised to produce [PO.sub.o], so that the TAG was higher contained of olein. Compared to the HPLC analysis of [PO.sub.o] done before, there were OLL (0.7%), OOL (2.6%), POL (14.8%), PPL (10.2%), OOO (5.5%), POO (30.6%), POP (18.0%), and SOO (3.3%) [6].
The palm olein (fractionated palm oil) starting material was purchased from the Lam Soon Company.
The same method was used for palm olein and crude palm oil plasticizer.
The inclusion of RBD Palm Olein complements BSAS's existing commodities, namely the Crude Palm Oil and Plastic Resin.
"The platform already offers members electronic trading of olein (palm oil) futures and gold contracts.