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Absorption spectra of conjugated and nonconjugated acids and esters. (Hulst.4) (1) Ethyl oleate; (2) stearolic acid; (3) ethyl linolate; (4) 2–3 oleic acid; (5) 9–11 linolic acid.
Inhibitory power of butter fat. Absorptive power of acids of butter fat. (Data from Booth
Absorption spectra of alpha- and beta-eleostearic acids. (Hulst.4) (1)
Absorption spectra of (1)
Absorption spectra of (1) acetic acid, (2) methyl acetate, (3) ethyl oleate (chemically pure), (4) ethyl oleate (optically pure, (5) elaidinic acid. (From Hulst.4)
Absorption spectra of Δ10–12 liquid methyl linoleate and Δ9–11 solid linoleic acid.
Absorption spectra of conjugated and nonconjugated alcohols.
Far ultraviolet absorption spectra of the >C=C–C=C< chromophore in pentadiene and linoleyl alcohol in ethanol (95 percent). The shift of the first band in curve II is due to damping of resonance by replacing of