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Jojoba wax extraction and bleaching

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Demetrios M. Yermanos, University of California
Gurcharan Dhillon, University of California
Ronald Holmes, University of California

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California Agriculture 31(10):16-16.

Published October 01, 1977

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The quantities of jojoba seed available at present for extraction are too small to be handled by existing commercial oil seed processing plants, most of which have capacities exceeding 50 tons of seed per day. Instead, small mechanical presses or solvent extractors are being used. Following is a summary of experience we have gained on jojoba wax extraction to date.

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Jojoba wax extraction and bleaching

Demetrios M. Yermanos, Gurcharan Dhillon, Ronald Holmes
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Jojoba wax extraction and bleaching

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Authors

Demetrios M. Yermanos, University of California
Gurcharan Dhillon, University of California
Ronald Holmes, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 31(10):16-16.

Published October 01, 1977

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows: The quantities of jojoba seed available at present for extraction are too small to be handled by existing commercial oil seed processing plants, most of which have capacities exceeding 50 tons of seed per day. Instead, small mechanical presses or solvent extractors are being used. Following is a summary of experience we have gained on jojoba wax extraction to date.

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