By Farid Chemat, Maryline Abert Vian
This e-book offers an entire photo of the present state of the art in replacement and eco-friendly solvents used for laboratory and commercial ordinary product extraction when it comes to the most recent techniques, unique tools and secure items. It presents the required theoretical heritage and info on extraction, concepts, mechanisms, protocols, commercial purposes, security precautions and environmental affects. This booklet is aimed toward execs from undefined, academicians engaged in extraction engineering or ordinary product chemistry study, and graduate point scholars. the person chapters supplement each other, have been written via revered foreign researchers and well-known execs from the undefined, and deal with the most recent efforts within the box. it's also the 1st sourcebook to target the fast advancements during this field.
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J Food Eng 67(3):281–287 38. Fincan M, DeVito F, Dejmek P (2004) Pulsed electric field treatment for solid-liquid extraction of red beetroot pigment. J Food Eng 64(3):381–388 Chapter 3 Supercritical Fluid Extraction: A Global Perspective of the Fundamental Concepts of this Eco-Friendly Extraction Technique Susana P. Jesus and M. Angela A. Meireles Abstract Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE) is a green technology that has been applied on a commercial scale for more than three decades. SFE is a high-pressure extraction method in which a mixture of solutes is separated from a solid matrix by bringing the mixture into contact with a fluid in the supercritical state.
Therefore the following benefits could be mentioned for solvent-free conditions: (1) Avoid large volumes of solvent which reduces emission and needs for distillation; (2) The absence of solvents which facilitates scale-up; (3) Extracts are cleaner without residues; (4) Safety is enhanced by reducing risks of overpressure and explosions. Extraction of olive oil using mechanical pressing is recognized as a solventfree alternative. Virgin olive oils are extracted from olive fruits by using only physical methods, which include crushing of olives, malaxation of resulting pastes and separation of the oily phase.
Corrales M, Toepfl S, Butz P, Knorr D, Tauscher B (2008) Extraction of anthocyanins from grape by-products assisted by ultrasonics, high hydrostatic pressure or pulsed electric fields: a comparison. Innov Food Sci Emerg Technol 9(1):85–91 24. Lebovka N, Vorobiev E, Chemat F (eds) (2011) Enhancing extraction processes in the food industry. CRC Press, Cambridge 25. Vorobiev E, Lebovka N (eds) (2008) Electrotechnologies for extraction from food plants and biomaterials. Springer, New York 26. Jaeger H, Schulz A, Karapetkov N, Knorr D (2009) Protective effect of milk constituents and sublethal injuries limiting process effectiveness during PEF inactivation of Lb.
Alternative Solvents for Natural Products Extraction by Farid Chemat, Maryline Abert Vian