Why is it better to use coconut oil for frying than water?
Coconut oil is not very volatile. It has the same boiling point with water. But water vaporizes quicker than cooking oil. ...
What are the boiling point and melting point viscosity and surface tension of coconut oil?
The melting point is 25 oC. At higher temperature the oil is decomposed. The viscosity is 80 mPa (cP) at r.t. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Temperature, Coconut Oil
What are the boiling and melting points viscosity and surface tension of coconut oil?
The melting point of coconut oil is approx. 25 oC. The oil is decomposed before boiling. Th dynamic viscosity is 39 mPa.s at 30 oC. The approx. surface tension is 30 mN/m at 25 oC. ...
Asked in Vegetable Oils
What is the Boiling point for vegetable oil?
Soybean oil, Aka vegetable oil, does not have a boiling point. Boiling point is the point at which a substance changes state from liquid to gas. Vegetable oil is to large to attain a gas state. Instead, it has a smoke point, which is when the oil begins to break down. Refined soybean oil has a smoke point of 450* F ...
Asked in Chemistry, Temperature
What is the boiling point of C12H26?
This member of the alkane family (dodecane) falls into the lubricating oil fraction in the process of the break down of crude oil. And the boiling point for this fraction is 400 C. But funnily enough, its actual boiling point is 216.2°C ...
What is highest temperature for frying with coconut oil?
Coconut oil has a smoke point of about 350 degrees F (171 C), which means it is not suitable for high temperature cooking. ...
Asked in Coconut Oil
What is organic coconut oil?
It is unrefined, unfiltered and without any additives. Sometimes, it is called "pure coconut oil" to mark its difference from the refined, bleached, deodorized coconut oil, commonly called " refined coconut oil". Virgin coconut oil, organic coconut oil, and the organic virgin coconut oil can be unrefined ...