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    Study of process variables in supercritical carbon dioxide

    Soybean flakes were extracted using supercritical carbon dioxide at 48.3 MPa and 80 ℃, which is a higher temperature than previously reported. Several operational parameters were explored to determine their effect on extractions. Flakes, as typically used in this industry, provided the best extraction performance. Particle size distributions were created through grinding. Reducing average

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    Supercritical Extraction Processes

    applications: (1) reduction of water content in an acrylamide copolymer gel by Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction, and (2) extraction of ethylene oxide from an aqueous solution with Supercritical carbon dioxide. PEP'87 WSF

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    (PDF) Supercritical enhancement for separation of lauric acid

    Supercritical enhancement for separation of lauric acid and oleic acid in palm kernel oil (PKO)

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed with co

    Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of Cottonseed with Co-Solvents 1 M.S. Kuk* and R.J, Hron, Sr. SRRC, ARS, USDA, New Orleans, Louisiana 70179-0687 Extraction of cottonseed lipids with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) was conducted with and without a cosolvent, ethanol or 2-propanol (IPA). At 7000 psi and 80~ the reduced pressure, temperature and density of SC-CO2 was at 6.5, 1.17

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    Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Dry-Milled Corn Germ with

    Dry‐milled corn germ was extracted with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC‐CO2) at 5,000‐8,000 psi and 50°C. CO2‐extracted oil was lower in free fatty acids and refining loss, and was lighter in color when...

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed with co

    Extraction of cottonseed lipids with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) was conducted with and without a cosolvent, ethanol or 2-propanol (IPA). At 7000 psi and 80°C, the reduced pressure, temperature and density of SC-CO2 was at 6.5, 1.17 and 1.85, respectively; the specific gravity was 0.87. Under these conditions, CO2 is denser than most liquid extraction agents such as hexane, ethanol

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    Extraction of passion fruit seed oil using supercritical CO 2

    Authors. R. Cardoso de Oliveira Universidade Estadual de Maringá-Departamento de Engenharia Química ; R. M. Rossi Universidade Estadual de Maringá-Departamento de Engenharia Qu

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    Concentration of phytosterols for analysis by supercritical

    laboratory by Soxhlet extraction with hexane for 5 h (hexane-soy) and with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC- CO,) at 8000 psi and 50°C (SFE-soy) (16) to produce two *To whom correspondence should be addressed at Food Quality and Safety Research Unit, NCAUR, ARS, USDA, 1815 N. University St., Peoria, IL crude soybean oil samples. Canola, corn, and cottonseed oils 61604. E-mail: [email protected]

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    Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of the Oak Silkworm

    Abstract: Supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO 2) extraction of oil from oak silkworm pupae was performed in the present research. Response surface methodology (RSM) was applied to optimize the parameters of SC-CO 2 extraction, including extraction pressure, temperature, time and CO 2 flow rate on the yield of oak silkworm pupal oil (OSPO). The

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    CN104263506A - Supercritical fluid extraction method of

    The supercritical fluid extraction method of cottonseed oil comprises the following steps: (1) putting cottonseeds in a vacuum drying oven, spreading uniformly, and carrying out vacuum drying; (2) crushing the cottonseeds by using a crushing machine after vacuum drying; (3) carrying out supercritical carbon dioxide extraction on cottonseed powder, wherein the pressure of supercritical carbon

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    Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Dry‐Milled Corn Germ with

    Dry‐milled corn germ was extracted with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC‐CO2) at 5,000‐8,000 psi and 50°C. CO2‐extracted oil was lower in free fatty acids and refining loss, and was lighter in color

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    Supercritical CO2 extraction of lipids from lipid-containing

    Stahl et al., "Extraction of Seed Oils with Liquid and Supercritical Carbon Dioxide," J. Agr. Food Chem. 28(6): 1153-1157, (1980). Caragay et al., "Supercritical Fluid Extraction for Purification and Fractionation of Fats and Oils," presented at 72nd Annual Meeting of American Oil Chemists Society, New Orleans, LA, May 18, 1981, pp. 11, 18-24, & 27-32.

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed with co

    Extraction of cottonseed lipids with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) was conducted with and without a cosolvent, ethanol or 2-propanol (IPA). At 7000 psi and 80°C, the reduced pressure, temperature and density of SC-CO2 was at 6.5, 1.17 and 1.85, respectively; the specific gravity was 0.87. Under these conditions, CO2 is denser than most liquid extraction agents such as hexane, ethanol

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) as a clean technology

    The Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction Method Figure 2 illustrates the flowchart for extraction of palm kernel oil from a single palm kernel using SC-CO2 technique. The apparatus used for contacting the single palm kernel with supercritical carbon dioxide is shown in Figure 2. The various components of SC-CO2

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    Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of the Oak Silkworm

    Supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) extraction of oil from oak silkworm pupae was performed in the present research. Response surface methodology (RSM) was applied to optimize the parameters of SC-CO2 extraction, including extraction pressure, temperature, time and CO2 flow rate on the yield of oak silkworm pupal oil (OSPO). The optimal extraction condition for oil yield within the

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    Table of contents and body (Part 3)

    Improving the extraction of α-tocopherol-enriched oil from grape seeds by supercritical CO2. Optimisation of the extraction conditions. Journal of Food Engineering, 78: 488-493. Brunetti, L., Daghetta, A., Fedeli, E., Kikic, I. & Zanderidghi, 1989. Deacidification of olive oils by supercritical carbon dioxide. Journal of the American Oil

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    Process optimization for the supercritical carbon dioxide (SC

    The supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2) extraction technique has emerged as one of the best possible alternatives to organic solvent (hexane) extraction. However, very limited information is available on process optimization for this extraction technique and the lack of available engineering data is causing the slow growth of this technique. In the present investigation, SC-CO2 extraction

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    Solvent Extraction of Cottonseed and Peanut Oil | Industrial

    Characterization and processing of cottonseed oil obtained by extraction with supercritical carbon dioxide. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 1984, 61 (12), 1847-1849.

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    Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of Sorghum Bug

    Supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO 2) has been successfully used for the extraction of oils from oil seeds including parsley seed, cottonseed, palm kernel and kenaf seed . Agonoscelis pubescens (Sorghum bug) also known as cluster bug belongs to the order Hemiptera (family Pentatomidae), commonly known in Sudan as Dura andat.

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    Method and apparatus for supercritical fluid extraction

    A simulated supercritical fluid extraction solution of carbon dioxide was obtained from a supercritical fluid chromatograph using a sample preparation device charged with β-carotene. The separation apparatus was able to collect the β-carotene emerging from the restrictor in the oil. The oil containing the β-carotene was then collected. The characteristic odor of β-carotene which was

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed oil

    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed oil Paramita Bhattacharjee, Rekha S. Singhal, Sudha R. Tiwari 0 / 0

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    Solvent Extraction of Cottonseed and Peanut Oil | Industrial

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    US4466923A - Supercritical CO2 extraction of lipids from

    In the extraction of lipid-containing substances with supercritical CO 2, triglyceride solubilities of up to 20% or more are obtainable by the simultaneous application of temperatures in excess of about 60° C. and pressures of at least 550 bar.

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    Study of process variables in supercritical carbon dioxide

    Soybean flakes were extracted using supercritical carbon dioxide at 48.3 MPa and 80 ℃, which is a higher temperature than previously reported. Several operational parameters were explored to determ...

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    Composition of oils extracted from potato chips by

    fryer oil at the 20 h sampling time. These results showed that the supercritical carbon dioxide extraction gave similar results to hexane extraction in yield and composition of oils from potato chips. Keywords: Supercritical fluid extraction, oil composition, tocopherols, cottonseed oil, low linolenic soybean oil, frying, fried food.

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed with co

    Extraction of cottonseed lipids with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC‐CO2) was conducted with and without a cosolvent, ethanol or 2‐propanol (IPA). At 7000 psi and 80°C, the reduced pressure, tempera...

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    (PDF) Characterization and Processing of Cottonseed Oil

    Extraction of flaked cottonseed with supercritical carbon dioxide at temperatures of 50–80 C and pressures of 8,000–15,000 psi yields an improved crude cottonseed oil compared to those

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    Supercritical carbon dioxide extraction of cottonseed oil

    Abstract Supercritical fluid extraction (SFE) using carbon dioxide is a popular technique for oil extraction due to its high extraction efficiency, short extracting time, lower refining requirement and absence of chemical residues or contamination in the extracted oils. In this work, an attempt has been made to extract oil from a local variety of cottonseed using this technique. The effects of

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    Concentration of Phytosterols for Analysis by Supercritical

    KEY WORDS: Canola, carbon dioxide, chromatography, corn bran, corn fiber, cottonseed, extraction, margarine, phytosterol, rice bran, soybean, supercritical fluid. Extraction of the seed oils with supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO 2) followed by selective fractionation has the potential of offering industry an analytical method to determine

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