Since LASAT operates in the forward mode the

All chemicals used in this study were of high purity and were used without further treatment and purification. The canola oil feedstock used in this experimental work was produced by a commercial manufacturer (J-Oil Mills, Tokyo, Japan). Methanol (99.0%), ethanol (99.5%), and MTBE (99.5%) were purchased from Nacalai Tesque, Inc. (Kyoto, Japan). The following standard compounds were purchased from Tokyo Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan): fatty Carboplatin methyl esters (FAME): methyl oleate (min. 60.0%), methyl linoleate (min. 98.0%), methyl linolenate (min. 95.0%), methyl palmitate (min. 97.0%), and methyl stearate (min. 95.0%); and fatty acid ethyl esters (FAEE): ethyl oleate (99.9%), ethyl linoleate (min. 97.0%), ethyl linolenate (min. 95.0%), ethyl palmitate (min. 95.0%), and ethyl stearate (min. 90.0%). Triolein (99.9%), diolein (99.9%), and monoolein (min. 40.0%) standards were purchased from Nacalai Tesque, Inc., Sigma–Aldrich, Co. (Japan), and Tokyo Chemical Industry Co., Ltd., respectively. To prepare GC standard solutions, analytical grade tricaprin and n-hexane were used.