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Isopropanolysis of Cottonseed Oil to Biodiesel via Potassium Hydroxide Catalyst
Biofuel from plant oils have attracted a great attention as replacements for conventional diesel to decrease reliance on fossil based-oil and offer an eco-friendly fuel. The transesterification reaction of cottonseed oil with isopropyl alcohol using potassium hydroxide as catalyst has been deliberated for the production of biodiesel. The objective of this study is to find the best condition for the production of isopropyl esters of cottonseed oil. The reaction parameters used are isopropyldoi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.06.475 fatcat:uev4vn4iingyfjthbcas6zwjiy