Biodiesel analysis - sespects need to be condisered
Biodiesel is produced by transesterifying the parent oil or fat with an alcohol, usually methanol, in presence of a catalyst, usually a strong base such as sodium or potassium hydroxide, or, preferably and increasingly more commonly, alkoxides. The resulting product therefore can contain not only the desired alkyl ester product but also unreacted starting material (TAG), residual alcohol, and residual catalyst.
The analysis, fuel quality, and production monitoring of biodiesel have been discussed, but not all aspects of standards were considered, especially in light of their recent adoption, various aspects were categorized differently and new developments have occurred.
Besides these aspects, other issues need to be considered, such as fuel and physical properties as well as storage and handling issues.
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