ABSTRACT

Extensively revised, reorganized, and expanded, the third edition of the industry standard, The Lipid Handbook reflects many of the changes in lipid science and technology that have occurred in the last decade. All chapters have been rewritten, many by new authors, to match the updated thinking and practice of modern lipid science and bring a fresh

chapter 1|36 pages

FATTY ACID AND LIPID STRUCTURE

ByC.M. Scrimgeour and J.L. Harwood

chapter 2|106 pages

OCCURRENCE AND CHARACTERISATION OF OILS AND FATS

ByF.D. Gunstone and J.L. Harwood

chapter 3|120 pages

PRODUCTION AND REFINING OF OILS AND FATS

ByA.J. Dijkstra and J.C. Segers

chapter 4|92 pages

MODIFICATION PROCESSES AND FOOD USES

ByA.J. Dijkstra

chapter 5|60 pages

SYNTHESIS

ByM.S.F. Lie Ken Jie, J.L. Harwood and F.D. Gunstone (with W.H. Cheung and C.N.W. Lam)

chapter 6|56 pages

ANALYSIS

ByA. J. Dijkstra, W.W. Christie and G.Knothe

chapter 7|64 pages

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES: STRUCTURAL AND PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

ByI. Foubert, K. Dewettinck, D. Van de Walle, A.J. Dijkstra and P.J. Quinn

chapter 8|56 pages

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

ByG. Knothe, J.A. Kenar and F.D. Gunstone

chapter 9|46 pages

NONFOOD USES OF OILS AND FATS

ByF.D. Gunstone, J. Alander, S.Z. Erhan, B.K. Sharma, T.A. McKeon and J.-T. Lin

chapter 10|66 pages

LIPID METABOLISM

chapter 11|80 pages

MEDICAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASPECTS OF LIPIDS

ByJ.L. Harwood, M. Evans, D.P. Ramji, D.J. Murphy and P.F. Dodds