Der Pharma Chemica
Journal for Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Computational Chemistry


Comparing the density of the vegetable oils (rosemary; Nigella; Zizyphus; Melissa) and diesel

Author(s): Oumaima Dahass, Taoufik Dahass, Hajar Saaid, Merieme Raqba, Asma Kafih, Aicha Bouchador, Maryem Belgharza and Mohamed Alaoui El Belghiti

We relate in our study, measurements of the density of vegetable oils (rosemary, cumin, zizyphus, Melissa) and diesel, depending on the temperature. These measurements were made between 20 and 80 °C. These measurements show that the zizyphus oil density decreases very remarkably compared with rosemary oil, cumin and Melissa when the temperature increases. This decrease in density of Melissa oil led us to conclude that we can use it as biofuel instead of mineral oils when working with high temperature (140 ° C).

ankara escort
mobile bitcoin casino
Casumo no deposit bonus bitcoin nedir?