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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Marvin O Bagby
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Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
THE USE OF VEGETABLE OILS IN NEWS INKS AND COMPARISON OF THEIR PROPERTIES WITH PETROLEUM INKS -
IMPROVING THE PROPERTIES OF VEGETABLE OILS AND FATS FOR USE AS BIODIESEL -
THE INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS OXYGENATED COMPOUNDS ON THE CETANE NUMBERS OF FATTY ACIDS AND ESTERS -
LOW-TEMPERATURE FILTERABILITY PROPERTIES OF ALTERNATIVE DIESEL FUELS FROM VEGETABLE OILS -
THE INFLUENCE OF VARIOUS OXYGENATED COMPOUNDS ON THE CETANE NUMBERS OF FATTY ACIDS AND ESTERS -
LOW-TEMPERATURE FILTERABILITY PROPERTIES OF ALTERNATIVE DIESEL FUELS FROM VEGETABLE OILS -
IMPROVING THE LOW-TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES OF ALTERNATIVE DIESEL FUELS: VEGETABLE OIL-DERIVED METHYL ESTERS -
REACTION OF ISOLATED DOUBLE BONDS WITH SELENIUM DIOXIDE/HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. FORMATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL SELENITE ESTERS -
BIOTRANSFORMATION OF SATURATED MONOHYDROXYL FATTY ACIDS TO 2-TETRAHYDRO- FURANYL ACETIC ACID DERIVATIVES: MECHANISM OF FORMATIONS AND THE BIOLOGICALACTIVITY OF 5-N-HEXYL-TETRAHYDROFURAN-2-ACETIC ACID -
AMPICILLIN STABILIZES THE PRODUCTION OF THREO,7,10-DIHYDROXY-8(E)-OCTA- DECENOIC ACID FROM OLEIC ACID BY PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA 2HSP -
SYNTHESIS OF ALLYLIC HYDROXY FATTY COMPOUNDS AND THEIR PROPERTIES -
REACTION OF MONOUNSATURATED FATTY COMPOUNDS WITH SELENIUM DIOXIDE/HYDROGEN PEROXIDE. NMR CHARACTERIZATION OF FATTY SELENITE ESTERS -
BIODEGRADATION, VOC CONTENT AND DEINKING PROPERTIES OF VEGETABLE OIL BASED PRINTING INKS AND THEIR COMPARISON WITH PETROLEUM INKS -
EVALUATION OF THE OLEFINIC PROTON SIGNALS IN THE 1H-NMR SPECTRA OF ALLYLIC HYDROXY GROUPS IN LONG-CHAIN COMPOUNDS -
BIODIESEL: THE USE OF VEGETABLE OILS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES AS ALTERNATIVE DIESEL FUELS -
AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE, USDA, KENAF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT -
ASSIGNMENT OF 13C-NMR SIGNALS IN FATTY COMPOUNDS WITH ALLYLIC HYDROXY GROUPS -
CONVERSION OF 12-HYDROXYOCTADECANOIC ACID TO 12,15-, 12,16- AND 12,17- DIHYDROXYOCTADECANOIC ACIDS WITH BACILLUS SP. U88 -
OLEYL OLEATE AND HOMOLOGOUS WAX ESTERS SYNTHESIZED COORDINATELY FROM OLEIC ACID BY ACINETOBACTER AND CORYNEFORM STRAINS -
ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF VEGETABLE OIL-BASED LITHOGRAPHIC NEWS INKS -
BIODEGRADATION OF NEWS INKS WITH "MODIFIED STURM TEST" -
BIODEGRADATION OF NEWS INKS -
ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF VEGETABLE OIL-BASED LITHOGRAPHIC NEWS INKS -
EVALUATION OF THE 13C-NMR SIGNALS OF THE UNSATURATED CARBONS OF TRIACYLGLYCEROLS -
FATTY ALCOHOLS THROUGH HYDROXYLATION OF SYMMETRICAL ALKENES WITH SELENIUM DIOXIDE / TERT.-BUTYLHYDROPEROXIDE -
LOW-TEMPERATURE PROPERTIES OF TRIGLYCERIDE OIL-DERIVED DIESEL FUELS: TRANSESTERIFIED METHYL ESTERS AND PETROLEUM MIDDLE DISTILLATE/ESTER BLENDS -
ALLYLIC HYDROXY FATTY COMPOUNDS WITH DELTA 5-, DELTA 7-, DELTA 8-, AND DELTA 10-UNSATURATION -
VEGETABLE OIL BASED PRINTING INK FORMULATION AND DEGRADATION -
FEASIBILITY OF USING KENAF CHEMITHERMOMECHANICAL PULP IN PRINTING AND WRITING PAPER -
Last Modified: 5/2/2016
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