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By Farid Chemat, Maryline Abert Vian

This booklet offers a whole photo of the present cutting-edge in replacement and eco-friendly solvents used for laboratory and business typical product extraction when it comes to the newest techniques, unique tools and secure items. It offers the mandatory theoretical history and information on extraction, recommendations, mechanisms, protocols, business functions, protection precautions and environmental affects. This publication is geared toward execs from undefined, academicians engaged in extraction engineering or normal product chemistry learn, and graduate point scholars. the person chapters supplement each other, have been written by means of revered overseas 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 speedy advancements during this field.

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Moity L, Molinier V, Benazzouz A, Barone R, Marion P, Aubry JM (2014) In silico design of bio-based commodity chemicals: application to itaconic acid based solvents. Green Chem 16:146–160 39. Barone R, Chanon M, Vernin G, Parkanyi C (2005) Generation of potentially new flavoring structures from thiamine by a new combinatorial chemistry program. In: Mussinan CJ, Ho CT, Tatras Contis E, Parliment TH (eds) Food flavor and chemistry: explorations into the 21st century. RSC, Cambridge, pp 175–212 40.

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With a solvent based extraction the solvent necessarily has to be separated from the final extract. A large number of these solvents are toxic that pose a risk to workers and community members and virtually all of them are classified as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that contribute to smog. In this context, the development of solvent-free extraction processes is of great interest in order to modernize classical processes making them cleaner, safer and easier to perform. This chapter presents a picture of current knowledge on innovative solvent-free methods of natural products extraction.

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