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Author Ibanez, Elena.

Title Green Extraction Techniques.

Published Saint Louis : Elsevier Science, 2017.

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Physical description 1 online resource (676 pages).
Series Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry ; v. Volume 76
Comprehensive analytical chemistry.
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Contents Front Cover; Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry; Advisory Board; Comprehensive Analytical ChemistryGreen Extraction Techniques: Principles, Advances and ApplicationsEdited byElena IbÁÑezIn ... ; DEDICATION; Contents; CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME 76; SERIES EDITOR'S PREFACE; PREFACE; One -- Green Analytical Chemistry: The Role of Green Extraction Techniques; 1. GREEN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY: FACING THE PROBLEM; 2. FROM 'DREAM' TO 'GREEN'; 3. GREEN METRICS; 4. EXTRACTION STEP: ADVANTAGES AND TROUBLES; 4.1 Extraction solvent; 4.2 Energy consumption; 4.3 Instrumentation required; 4.4 Waste and emissions.
5. A GREEN EVALUATION OF MODERN ANALYTE EXTRACTION STRATEGIES6. FUTURE TRENDS IN GREEN EXTRACTION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; REFERENCES; Two -- Bioactives Obtained From Plants, Seaweeds, Microalgae and Food By-Products Using Pressurized Liquid Extractio ... ; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. COMPRESSED FLUIDS-BASED EXTRACTION PROCESSES; 2.1 Pressurized liquid extraction: principles and operation; 2.2 Supercritical fluid extraction: principles and operation; 3. EXTRACTION OF BIOACTIVES FROM NATURAL SOURCES; 3.1 Extraction of bioactives from plants; 3.2 Extraction of bioactives from seaweeds and microalgae.
3.3 Extraction of bioactives from food by-products4. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE OUTLOOKS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Three -- Pressurized Hot Water Extraction of Bioactives; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. FUNDAMENTALS OF WATER FROM AMBIENT TO NEAR-CRITICAL CONDITIONS; 2.1 Water at ambient conditions; 2.2 Water at elevated temperature and pressure; 3. EQUIPMENT USED FOR PRESSURIZED HOT WATER EXTRACTION; 3.1 Dynamic-pressurized hot water extraction; 3.2 Static-pressurized hot water extraction; 4. OPTIMIZATION OF THE PRESSURIZED HOT WATER EXTRACTION METHOD; 4.1 Temperature; 4.2 Flow rate and extraction time.
4.3 Pressure4.4 Other parameters; 5. THE USE OF PRESSURIZED HOT WATER EXTRACTION IN CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF BIOACTIVE COMPOUNDS IN COMPLEX SAMPLES; 6. PRESSURIZED HOT WATER EXTRACTION IN HYPHENATION; 6.1 Pressurized hot water extraction coupled with enzymatic reaction; 6.2 Pressurized hot water extraction with clean-up using sorbents; 6.3 Pressurized hot water extraction coupled with a drying step; 7. THE FUTURE OF PRESSURIZED HOT WATER EXTRACTION; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; REFERENCES; Four -- Pressurized Liquid Extraction of Organic Contaminants in Environmental and Food Samples; 1. INTRODUCTION.
2. PRESSURIZED LIQUID EXTRACTION2.1 Fundamentals; 2.2 Extraction procedure; 2.3 Method development; 2.4 Pressurized hot water extraction; 2.5 Comparison with other techniques; 3. APPLICATIONS; 3.1 Environmental samples; 3.2 Food; 4. CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE TRENDS; ACKNOWLEDGEMENT; REFERENCES; Five -- Ultrasound: A Clean, Green Extraction Technology for Bioactives and Contaminants; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. PRINCIPLES OF ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED EXTRACTION; 3. FACTORS AFFECTING ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED EXTRACTION; 4. QUANTIFICATION OF ULTRASOUND ENERGY; 5. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ULTRASOUND-ASSISTED EQUIPMENT.
Notes 6. EXTRACTION MECHANISMS.
Other author Elsevier issuing body.
Subject Extraction (Chemistry)
Green chemistry.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9780444638694
0444638695
0128110821
9780128110829