and -27 °C, respectively, whereas biodiesel derived from soybeans (SME) has much higher CP and PP values, around 0 and

-2 oC, respectively (Table 6). Cold flow properties of methyl and ethyl ester forms of biodiesel derived from several feedstocks are summarized in Table 6. Ransesterification does not alter the fatty acid composition of the feedstocks. Therefore, biodiesel made from feedstocks containing higher concentrations of high-melting point saturated long-chain fatty acids tends to have relatively poor cold flow properties (Dunn, 2005). Both viscosity and crystallization temperature are physical properties that depend on the interactions between molecules. However, crystallization requires not only interaction, but also good