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Erzsébet Bognár, Gabriella Hellner, Andrea Radnóti, László Somogyi and Zsolt Kemény

and young children 2018 [5] Carlson, F.K.: Deodorization. In : Hui, Y. H. (ed.) Bailey’s industrial oil and fat products. Edible oil and fat products: Processing technology. 5th Edition. Volume 4. (John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, USA) 1996 pp. 411–449 ISBN: 9780471594284 [6] O’Brien, R.D.: Fats and oils formulating and processing for applications. Third Edition. (CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida, USA) 2009 pp. 153–164 ISBN: 9781420061666 [7] Sipos, E.F.; Szuhaj, B.F.: Edible oil Processing. In : Hui, Y.H. (ed.) Bailey

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Saba Naz, Syed Tufail Hussain Sherazi, Farah Naz Talpur, Huseyin Kara, Siraj Uddin and Rauf Khaskheli

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M. Suchea, I.V. Tudose, N. Vrînceanu, B. Istrate, C. Munteanu and E. Koudoumas

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Anişoara-Arleziana Neagu, Irina Niţă and Elisabeta Botez

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The major objective of this study is to report physico-chemical properties of sunflower oil samples collected from different stages of the technological process for sunflower oil refining for food industry. The samples of oil were crude oil, washed oil, bleached oil and deodorized oil. The physico-chemical properties of sunflower oil experimentally determined were density, saponification value (SV), iodine value (IV), and acid value (AV). It was found that the density of sunflower oil remains approximately constant over the different stages of the manufacturing flow of cooking oil, except the crude oil. The acid value significantly decreases from crude oil (2.588) to deodorized oil (0.366). The iodine value and saponification value of the different samples of the sunflower oil corresponding to different stages of oil processing varies slightly. The capacity of different models to accurately correlate and/or predict the density of vegetable oil was tested. The density of sunflower oil can be accurately estimated from its SV and IV or with an empirical equation, when density data are available.

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Sim Jiaying

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Soyibjon S. Bozorov, Nodir Sh. Berdiev, Uchkun J. Ishimov, Shukhratjon S. Olimjonov, Jamolitdin F. Ziyavitdinov, Akmal M. Asrorov and Shavkat I. Salikhov

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Jacek Przepiórski, Adam Czyżewski, Joanna Kapica and Miguel de la Casa-Lillo

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Lolita Tomsone and Zanda Krūma

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Edgars Vigants, Toms Prodanuks, Girts Vigants, Ivars Veidenbergs and Dagnija Blumberga

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Leila Mahmoodi, Oroj Valizadegan and Vahid Mahdavi

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