By Farid Chemat, Maryline Abert Vian
This ebook offers a whole photo of the present state of the art in substitute and eco-friendly solvents used for laboratory and business normal product extraction when it comes to the most recent techniques, unique equipment and secure items. It offers the required theoretical history and information on extraction, recommendations, mechanisms, protocols, commercial purposes, security precautions and environmental affects. This ebook is geared toward execs from undefined, academicians engaged in extraction engineering or usual product chemistry learn, and graduate point scholars. the person chapters supplement each other, have been written via revered foreign researchers and well-known pros from the undefined, and handle the most recent efforts within the box. it's also the 1st sourcebook to target the quick advancements during this field.
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In fact, the natural products market has presented a progressive and continuous growth in the last decades. Natural matrices are complex multicomponent systems, and so the selective separation of specific substances is a difficult task that requires efficient extraction methods . Rostagno and Prado  recently published a book that presents a global view of the stateof-the-art techniques for the extraction and processing of natural products. These authors claim that there is a need for more efficient and selective processes, which can improve the overall quality of natural products and also enable the development of innovative products .
Reinhold, New York 13. Stefanis E, Panayiotou C (2008) Prediction of Hansen solubility parameters with a new groupcontribution method. Int J Thermophys 29:568–585 14. Benazzouz A, Moity L, Pierlot C, Sergent M, Molinier V, Aubry JM (2013) Selection of a greener set of solvents evenly spread in the Hansen space by space-filling design. Ind Eng Chem Res 52:16585–16597 15. Gharagheizi F, Sattari M, Angaji MT (2006) Effect of calculation method on values of Hansen solubility parameters of polymers.
10 for the solubilisation of the mixtures of fatty acid methyl esters considered. The logarithm of solubility in mole fractions is calculated, and the logarithm of best solubility is set to 0, all other solvents being given relative to the best solvent. In the present case, n-hexane is the best solvent, and the “green” substitutes cannot be distinguished, they are all set at log (x) D 0. For comparison purposes, the relative solubilities in water (worse solvent) and in glycerol and glycerol carbonate (poor solvents) are also given.
Alternative Solvents for Natural Products Extraction by Farid Chemat, Maryline Abert Vian