The solubility in water, in 3 percent sodium chloride solution, and in 0.2 N sodium hydroxide solution of cottonseed flakes extracted by ethanol at 172° F. is lower than similar flakes extracted by hexane at 146° F. Data are presented which indicate the lower solubility is mainly the result of the differences in the solvents rather than the temperatures. The difference in solubility in the sodium hydroxide solution is less than in the sodium chloride solution.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Arnold, Lionel K. and Roy, R. Basu Choudhury
"Comparative Solubility of Protein in Cottonseed Flakes Extracted by Hexane and by Ethanol at Two Different Temperatures,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 67(1), 213-214.
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