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Ho to calculate triolein content in oil?
I have the data for oleic acid percentage in oil. Can I calculate the triolein percentage based on this value
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Deformation waves not associated with earthquakes continuously pass over the surface of the Earth. These are waves with periods of 12, 24 hours and 14 days. Long waves are imperceptible to people, although they have an amplitude 10 times greater than seismic waves. In areas with a thin earth's crust, they usually do not provoke earthquakes (I do not consider mantle earthquakes). If the earth's crust is not subject to geodeformations, then they destroy it. After an earthquake, waves of geodeformation can provoke the collapse of buildings (before the earthquake, these territories were not deformed).
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The earthquake in Turkey occurred on the date of the tide syzygy in the solid body of the Earth on February 6, 2023. On the dates of syzygy, the amplitude of geodeformations increases by no less than 20%. The first destructive earthquake occurred at 01:17 (M=7.8), the second at 10:24 (M=6.7). At this time, at the earthquake epicenter, the amplitude of the diurnal and semidiurnal tides in the solid body of the Earth reached positive extremes. In addition, due to the 14-day zonal tide in the solid body of the Earth, the conditions of stretching and compression of the Earth's crust were formed on the surface of the planet. The zonal tide in the solid body of the Earth is associated with the extrema of the angular velocity of the Earth's rotation. The data is available only for February 3. Attached the chart https://hpiers.obspm.fr/ . Stretch conditions on February 3 and February 10, 2023. On February 3, in accordance, rapid changes in the Earth's gravitational field on a planetary scale were recorded. Changes in the gravitational field recorded by our method, see satellite images https://meteologix.com/. Between the expansion phases, the compression phase is fixed. The compression occurred on February 6, 2023 and triggered an earthquake https://zn.ua/img/forall/u/14/8/photo_2023-02-06_15.16_.16_.jpeg . These are the facts of the formation of compression deformations on March 6. The scale is planetary.
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