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Study ecotoxicity of biodiesel from residual oils and fats and the effects of salinity aquatic ecosystems
Ecotoxicology and Environmental contamination
The increasing use of biodiesel raised concerns about its toxicological effects on the environment. However, few studies have analyzed the impact of biodiesel, especially ethyl biodiesel from residual frying oils and fats (RFOF), on aquatic organisms. Here, were used biodiesel produced by acid esterification followed the alkali transesterification and biodiesel produced by saponification, acidification and two acids esterification, both in the laboratory and their mixtures (B100, B20, and B7).doi:10.5132/eec.2017.01.08 fatcat:pi7lz6y7nngbhlkxedvd3577ty