PRODUCTION OF BIODEGRADABLE SURFACTANTS BASED ON SPIRULINA OIL
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Keywords

spirulina oil
methanol
biodegradable surfactants
transesterification reaction

Abstract

Biodegradable surfactants based on spirulina oil were obtained by transesterification. The optimal parameters of the methanolysis reaction of spirulina oil were determined, the product yield in this case is ~ 82%. The concentration of the catalyst was varied within 6; 10 wt.% With respect to spirulina oil, the ratio of the starting components varied within spirulina oil: СН3ОН = 1: 0.3; 1.5 (50 g: 16.64-83.2 g, respectively ), the reaction time was varied from 8 to 20 hours. The reaction temperature was maintained at 73 °C during the whole time of the synthesis. The resulting product was identified by IR spectroscopy. References

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