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    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    Request PDF | Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or expanded solvents | The extraction of soy oil from soybean flakes in industry requires large amounts of hexane solvent and ...

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    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or expanded solvents. Lam Phan a, Heather Brown b, James White b, Allan Hodgson c and Philip G. Jessop * a a Department of Chemistry, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

  • soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or expanded solvents Lam Phan , a Heather Brown , b James White , b Allan Hodgson c and Philip G. Jessop * a

  • soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    The extraction of soy oil from soybean flakes in industry requires large amounts of hexane solvent and results in significant losses and energy consumption during the distillative removal of the solvent. Hexanes and related hydrocarbon extractants are also becoming an environmental and health concern. A new method for extraction of the oil is ...

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    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or

    This article presents a preliminary assessment of several new methods for soy oil extraction and subsequent solvent removal from the oil. The most promising are (a) extraction by an amidine switchable solvent that can then be removed from the soy oil by carbonated water and (b) extraction by a moderately hydrophilic solvent that can then be ...

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    Using switchable solvents for enhanced, simultaneous

    Jan 15, 2019 · The oil extraction effectiveness in this part was determined using Eq. : (4) Oil extraction effectivness = m oil m oil content × 100 % A polynomial with linear and interactive terms, as defined by Eq. , was used to express the oil extraction effectiveness as a function of the independent variables. The MiniTab 16 statistical software package ...

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    Using switchable solvent as a solvent and catalyst for in

    An in situ transesterification of SCG using DBU as a solvent and catalyst was built.. DBU-catalyzed in situ transesterification of SCG is a green production process.. Within a short reaction time, a SCG biodiesel yield of 96.13% was achieved.

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    Separation of Bitumen from Oil Sands using a Switchable

    Separation of Bitumen from Oil Sands using a Switchable Hydrophilicity Solvent Article in Canadian Journal of Chemistry 90(10):805-810 · October 2012 with 135 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from oilseeds

    Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from oilseeds

    The conventional technology used for oil extraction from oilseeds is by solvent extraction. In solvent extraction, n -hexane is used as a solvent for its attributes such as simple recovery, non-polar nature, low latent heat of vaporization (330 kJ/kg) and high selectivity to solvents.

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    Reversible, Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids. Amidinium

    Soybean oil extraction and separation using switchable or expanded solvents. Green Chemistry 2009 , 11 (1) , 53. DOI: 10.1039/b810423a.

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