polarity, and become insoluble only when oxidized biodiesel is mixed with diesel fuel.

The physico-chemical characteristics of biobiesel treated with ozonated oil indicated the improvement of the thermal and oxidative stability (El Diwani and El Rafie, 2008). Correlation between the chemical structure of the oil and its cold flow properties One of the major problems associated with the use of biodiesel in countries with cold climate is poor cold flow properties, indicated by relatively high cloud points (CP) and pour points (PP) (Durrett et al., 2008). The CP, which usually occurs at a higher temperature than the PP, is the temperature at which a liquid fatty

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