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    Title: Ultrasonic mixing and closed microwave irradiation assisted transesterification of soybean oil
    Authors: Ming-Chien Hsiao(蕭明謙)
    Chin-Chiuan Lin
    Yung-Hung Chang
    Lung-Chuan Chen
    Keywords: Ultrasonic mixing
    Closed microwave irradiation
    Transesterification
    Date: 2010-08
    Issue Date: 2010-11-24 14:12:47 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The present study employed ultrasonic mixing and closed microwave irradiation to assist transesterification
    of soybean oil. The purpose was to obtain the optimal ultrasonic mixing and closed microwave irradiation
    procedure. The optimal reaction conditions including amount of catalyst used, reaction
    temperature and methanol/oil molar ratio were also investigated to achieve the highest possible conversion
    rate of biodiesel. Results showed that the optimal procedure involved 1-min ultrasonic mixing and
    2-min closed microwave irradiation. The optimal reaction conditions that can reach 97.7% of conversion
    rate were amount of catalyst used, 1.0 wt%; reaction temperature, 333 K; and methanol/oil molar ratio,
    6:1.
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