Giants of the Past: Alton E. Bailey (1907-1953)

Publication List

  1.   A.E. Bailey. Steam Deodorization of Edible Fats and Oils: Theory and Practice. Ind. Eng. Chem., 33: 404-408 (1941) (Cudahy Packing Co.).
  2.   A.E. Bailey and R.H. McKinney. Rational Method for Evaluating the Creaming Qualities of a Shortening. Oil and Soap, 18: 120 (1941) (Cudahy Packing Co.).
  3.   R.H. McKinney and A.E. Bailey. Some Notes on the Keeping Quality of Fats in Baked Goods. Oil and Soap, 18: 147 (1941) (Cudahy Packing Co.).
  4.   A.E. Bailey, R.O. Feuge and W. Bickford. Grading of Crude Vegetable Oils by Means of Refining Tests, Review and Evaluation of the Method. Oil and Soap 19: 97 (1942) (SRRC).
  5.   A.E. Bailey, R.O. Feuge and B.A. Smith. Variables Affecting the Yield of Normal Oleic Acid Produced by the Catalytic Hydrogenation of Cottonseed and Peanut Oils. Oil and Soap, 19: 169 (1942) (SRRC).
  6.   A.E. Bailey and R.O. Feuge. Laboratory Deodorizer for Fats and Oils. Ind. Eng. Chern. Anal. Ed., 15: 280-281 (1943) (SRRC).
  7.   E.A. Kraemer, B.A. Smith and A.E. Bailey. Modification of Vegetable Oils: Cocoa Butter Substitutes from Cotton Seed Oil. Oil and Soap, 20: 235 (1943) (SRRC).
  8.   A.E. Bailey, G.D. Oliver, W.S. Singleton and G.S. Fisher. Anti Oxygenic Properties of Molecularly Distilled Fractions of Peanut Oil. Oil and Soap, 20: 251 (1943) (SRRC).
  9.   A.E. Bailey, R.O. Feuge, E.A. Kraemer and S.T. Baur. Modification of Vegetable Oils, 1. New products by Fractional Crystallization of Glycerides from petroleum Naptha. Oil and Soap, 20: 129 (1943) (SRRC).
  10.   R.O. Feuge and A.E. Bailey. Measurement of the Consistency of Plastic Vegetable Oil Fats, Standard Micro Penetration Technique. Oil and Soap, 21: 78 (1944) (SRRC).
  11.   W.S. Singleton and A.E. Bailey. Molecular Distillation of a Hydrogenated Cottonseed and Certain Characteristics of the Distilled Fractions. Oil and Soap, 21: 157 (1944) (SRRC).
  12.   G.D. Oliver, W.S. Singleton and A.E. Bailey. Molecularly Distilled Peanut Oil Antioxidants and Pure Alpha Tocopherol as Stabilizing Agents for Fats of Poor Keeping Quality. Oil and Soap, 21: 188 (1944) (SRRC).
  13.   W.S. Singleton and A.E. Bailey. Tocopherol Concentrates by the Fractional Crystallization of Cottonseed Oil from Solvents. Oil and Soap, 21: 224 (1944) (SRRC).
  14.   A.E. Bailey and E.A. Kraemer. Dilatometric Investigations of Fats, I. Apparatus and Techniques for Fat Dilatometry. Oil and Soap, 21: 251 (1944) (SRRC).
  15.   E.A. Kraemer and A.E. Bailey. Dilatometric Investigations of Fats, II. Dilatometric Behavior of Some Plastic Fats Between ?C and their Melting Points. Oil and Soap, 21: 254 (1944) (SRRC).
  16.   A.E. Bailey and R.O. Fuege. Notes on the Stabilization of Oxidized Fats by Steam Deodorization with Phosphoric Acid or Commercial Lecithin. Oil and Soap, 21: 286(1944) (SRRC).
  17.   A.E. Bailey and G.D. Oliver. Thermal Properties of Fats and Oils, III. Calorimetric Estimation of Solid and Liquid Glycerides in Cotton Seed Oil and Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil. Oil and Soap, 21: 300 (1944) (SRRC).
  18.   A.E. Bailey, S.S. Todd, W.S. Singleton and G.D. Oliver. Thermal Properties of Fats and Oils, 1. Apparatus for Low Temperature Calorimetry. Oil and Soap, 21: 293 (1944) (SRRC).
  19.   G.D. Oliver, W.S. Singleton, S.S. Todd and A.E. Bailey. Thermal Properties of Fats and Oils, II. Heat Capacity and Latent Heat of Cotton Seed Oil. Oil and Soap, 21: 297 (1944) (SRRC).
  20.   W.S. Singleton and Bailey. Dilatometric investigations of Fats, IV. Estimation of Solids and Liquids in Plastic Fats. Oil and Soap, 22: 295 (1945) (SRRC).
  21.   R.O. Feuge, E.A. Kraemer and A.E. Bailey. Modification of Vegetable Oils, IV. Reesterification of Fatty Acids with Glycerol. Oil and Soap, 22: 202 (1945) (SRRC).
  22.   A.E. Bailey. Industrial Oil and Fat Products, InterScience, New York (1945) Book (SRRC).
  23.   W.S. Singleton, M.G. Lambou and A.E. Bailey. Modification of Vegetable Oils, III. Fractional Crystallization of Fatty Acids of Cottonseed Oil. Oil and Soap, 22: 168 (1945) (SRRC).
  24.   G.D. Oliver and A.E. Bailey. Thermal Properties of Fats and Oils, V. Heat Capacity and Heat of Fusion of Highly Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil. Oil and Soap, 22: 39 (1945) (SRRC).
  25.   A.E. Bailey, M.E. Jefferson, F.B. Kreeger and S.T. Baur. Thermal Properties of Fats and Oils, IV. Some Observations on the Polymorphism and X-ray Diffraction Characteristics of Tristearin and a Highly Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil. Oil and Soap, 22: 10 (1945) (SRRC).
  26.   A.E. Bailey and W.S. Singleton. Dilatometric Investigations of Fats, III. Density, Expandibility and Melting Dilation of Some Simple Triglycerides and other Fats. Oil and Soap, 22: 265 (1945) (SRRC).
  27.   A.E. Bailey. (To Cudahy Packing) US Patent Application 319, 130, (1940), US Patent Application 478,078 (1943), cited page 682, 1st edition Oil and Fat Products (1945) (SRRC)
  28.   A.E. Bailey. The New Chemistry and Technology of Oil and Fats. Chronica Botanica, 9. pp. 128-135 (1945) (SRRC).
  29.   A.E. Bailey, W.S. Singleton and R.O. Feuge. Phase Investigations of Fats, I. Apparatus and Techniques for Fat Solvent Systems at Low Temperatures. Oil and Soap, 23: 201 (1946) (SRRC).
  30.   A.E. Bailey and G.S. Fisher. Modification of Vegetable Oils, V. Relative Renetivities toward Hydrogenation of the Mono, Di and Triethenoid Acids in Certain Oils. Oil and Soap, 23: 14 (1946) (SRRC).
  31.   A.E. Bailey. Flavor Reversion in Edible Fats. Oil and Soap, 23: 55 (1946) (SRRC).
  32.   A.E. Bailey. Hydrogenation of Fatty Oils: Modem Theory and Practice. Proceedings, AOCS Short Course Vegetable Oils, Their Production Processing and Uses. AOCS, University of Illinois, pp. 100-111 (1948) (Girdler).
  33.   A.E. Bailey, Ed. Cotton Seed, InterScience Publishers, New York (1948) (Book) (Girdler).
  34.   A.E. Bailey. Cottonseed Oil, In Cottonseed, Ed. A.E. Bailey, lnterscience New York, pp.364-408 (1948) (Book Chapter) (Girdler).
  35.   A.E. Bailey. Miscellaneous Products from Seed and Meal, In Cotton Seed, Interscience, New York, 869-893 (1948) (Book Chapter) (Girdler).
  36.   A.E. Bailey. Antioxidants, In Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Ed. R. Kirk and D. Othmar, vol. 2, lnterscience, NY, pp. 69-75 (1948) (Girdler).
  37.   A.E. Bailey. Semi Continuous Deodorization of Fats. JAOCS, 26: 166 (1949) (Girdler)
  38.   A.E. Bailey. Theory and Mechanics of the Hydrogenation of Edible Oils. JAOCS, 26: 596 (1949) (Girdler)
  39.   A.E. Bailey. Some Additional Notes on the Kinetics and Theory of Fatty Oil Hydrogenation. JAOCS, 26: 644 (1949) (Girdler).
  40.   A.E. Bailey. Fats and Fatty Oils, In Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Ed. R. Kirk and D. Othrnar, vol. 6, Interscience, NY, pp. 140-172 (1949) (Girdler).
  41.   A.E. Bailey. CottonSeed, In Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Ed. R. Kirk and D. Othmar, vol. 4, Interscience, NY, pp. 379-588 (1949) (Girdler).
  42.   A.E. Bailey. Melting and Solidification of Fats, Interscience, New York (1950) Book (Girdler).
  43.   A.E. Bailey. Industrial Oil and Fat Products, 2nd edition, Interscience, New York (1951) Book (Humko).
  44.   A.E. Bailey. (To Girdler Corp., Louisville, KY) US Patent 2,618,644, Method for Bleaching Oil with Adsorbent (1952) (Girdler).
  45.   C.E. McMichael and A.E. Bailey. Edible Fats and Oils. In The Chemistry and Technology of Food and Food Products, Ed. M.B. Jacobs, Interscience, NY, pp. 1134-1161 (1951) (Girdler).
  46.   C.E. McMichael and A.E. Bailey. Oils, Fats, and Related Products. In The Chemistry and Technology of Food and Food Products, Ed. M.B. Jacobs, Interscience, NY, pp. 2317-2345 (1951) (Girdler).
  47.   A.E. Bailey. Nickel Catalysts in Hydrogenation of Fats and Oils. J. Ind. Eng. Chem., 44: 990-994 (1952) (Humko).
  48.   A.E. Bailey. Esterified and Interesterified Fats. Procedings, Research Conference, Council on Research, American Meat Institute, University, Chicago, IL. vol 5., pp. 11-17. (1953)
  49.   A.E. Bailey. (To National Cylinder Gas Company) US Patent 2,691,665, Deodorizing Oils (1954) (National Cylinder Gas Company).
  50.   A.E. Bailey. (To National Cylinder Gas Company) US Patent 2,717,202, Countercurrent Hydrogenator for Lard (1955) (National Cylinder Gas Company).

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