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Microwave-assisted extraction of bioactive compounds is a research area of extreme interest in several industry fields (e.g., food, cosmetic, perfumery, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical). Using microwaves, full reproducible extractions can be accomplished in seconds or minutes with high reproducibility, reducing solvents and energy consumption, simplifying manipulation and work-up, giving higher products purity, and eliminating post-treatment of waste water.
This book explores the latest innovations of microwave extraction in terms of processes and products. This book will be of interest to academia, and research and industry that is looking for alternative “green” processes or attempting to diversify into new products such as essential oils, aromas, fat and oils, alkaloids, pigments, anti-oxidants, and other bioactive compounds.
Farid Chemat, Professor
Université d’Avignon et des Pays du Vaucluse, INRA, Avignon, France
Chemat"s main research interests are focused on innovative and sustainable extraction techniques (especially microwave, ultrasound and green solvents) for food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications. He is coordinator of a new group named “France Eco-Extraction” dealing with international dissemination of research and education on green extraction technologies.
Giancarlo Cravotto, Professor
Dipartimento di Scienza e Tecnologia del Farmaco, University of Turin, Italy
Cravotto"s research activity has been centered on pharmacologically active natural products (isolation, structural elucidation, total synthesis and chemical modification). These studies have paved the road to new synthetic procedures and extraction techniques, particularly in the fields of ultrasound- and microwave-assisted protocols and flow-chemistry.
|Statement||edited by Farid Chemat, Giancarlo Cravotto|
|Series||Food Engineering Series -- 4|
|Contributions||Cravotto, Giancarlo, SpringerLink (Online service)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||XII, 238 p. 72 illus., 38 illus. in color.|
|Number of Pages||238|
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The commercial reality of bioactive compounds and oil production from microalgal species is constrained by the high cost of production. Downstream processing, which includes harvesting and extraction, can account for % of the total cost of production. Consequently, from an economic perspective extraction technologies need to be improved. This book provides comprehensive information related to extraction and isolation of bioactive compounds from agricultural and food production waste for utilisation in the food, cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries.
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This book surveys microwave-assisted extraction of bioactive compounds from food and natural products, offering theoretical background and practical information on technique, mechanisms, protocols, industrial applications, safety and environmental impact.
Author: Farid Chemat. Microwave-assisted Extraction for Bioactive Compounds: Theory and Practice (Food Engineering Series Book 4) - Kindle edition by Farid Chemat, Giancarlo Cravotto.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. This book will present a complete picture of the current knowledge on microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) of bioactive compounds from food and natural products.
It will provide the necessary theoretical background and details about extraction by microwaves, including information on the technique, the mechanism, protocols, industrial applications, safety precautions, and environmental impacts. Microwave-assisted extraction of bioactive compounds is a research area of extreme interest in several industry fields (e.g., food, cosmetic, perfumery, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical).
This book will present a complete picture of the current knowledge on microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) of bioactive compounds from food and natural products. It will provide the necessary theoretical background and details about extraction by microwaves, including information on the technique, the mechanism, protocols, industrial.
As microwave-assisted extraction has been more and more applied in antioxidant extraction, researchers have paid more attention to the improv ement of this tech- nique so as to develop and perfect it.
Oct 08, · It looks at advanced extraction techniques such as enzyme-assisted, microwave-assisted, ultrasound-assisted, pressurized liquid extraction, and supercritical extraction techniques.
Part 2, on bioactive compounds and health claims, covers the roles of different bioactive compounds and their health-promoting potential for lifestyle blogorazzia.com: Hafiz Ansar Rasul Suleria, Colin Barrow. 20 Aghdase Sadeghi et al.: Microwave Assisted Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Food: A Review In addition, extraction processes for the separation of compounds have been developed to obtain highly purified products, rendering them useful in a wide range ofCited by: 5.
Jul 15, · The extraction process of bioactive compounds increases the efficient collection of extracts with high bioactivity. Microwave-Assisted Extraction (MAE) constituted a “green technology” widely employed for plant blogorazzia.com by: Apr 17, · Recent Advances in Microwave Assisted Extraction of Bioactive Compounds from Complex Herbal Samples: A Review.
Critical Reviews in Analytical Chemistry1, DOI: / Olusegun Abayomi Olalere, Nour Hamid Abdurahman, Rosli bin Mohd Yunus, Oluwaseun Ruth blogorazzia.com by: Microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) is broadly used not only in extraction of high value-added compounds such as aromas, antioxidants, and pigments, but also in food products, for instance.
Oct 27, · Abstract. Microwave-assisted extraction (MAE) is a process that removes solutes from a solid matrix into a solvent. Phenomena such as electromagnetic transfer, heat transfer, mass transfer, and momentum transfer make the process blogorazzia.com by: Aug 21, · The medicinal and nutritional use of plant secondary metabolites is a hot topic and has been receiving extensive attention from both health professionals and the public.
This book presents new information on the extraction of bioactive compounds from plants, plant-based drugs, and the innovative use of plant-based drugs for human blogorazzia.com by: 1.
Aug 28, · INTRODUCTION • Microwave-assisted extraction is an efficient method which involves deriving natural compounds from raw plants. • Microwave extraction allows organic compounds to be extracted more rapidly, with similar or better yield as compared to conventional extraction methods.
Dec 11, · From the Back Cover. Microwave-assisted extraction of bioactive compounds is a research area of extreme interest in several industry fields (e.g., food, cosmetic, perfumery, pharmaceutical, nutraceutical).
Using microwaves, full reproducible extractions can be accomplished in seconds or minutes with high reproducibility, Format: Hardcover. Bioactive Compounds from Plant Origin: Extraction, Applications, and Potential Health Benefits - CRC Press Book This new volume explores the importance of phytochemicals from plants in therapeutics, focusing on the extraction of bioactive compounds and their applications in human health.
Water Extraction of Bioactive Compounds: From Plants to Drug Development draws together the expert knowledge of researchers from around the world to outline the essential knowledge and techniques required to successfully extract bioactive compounds for further study.
The book is a practical tool for medicinal chemists, biochemists. To establish a simple, rapid, and sensitive method for extraction and determination of polyphenolic compounds from hawthorn leaves. Methods In this study, a microwave‐assisted reaction and extraction (MARE) combined with ultra‐high‐performance liquid chromatography with ultraviolet detector method was established to extract and determine Author: Yu‐Han Hu, Li‐Qing Peng, Qiu‐Yan Wang, Juan Yang, Xin Dong, Shu‐Ling Wang, Jun Cao, Fang‐Ming Liu.
Jun 03, · Yuji Wada, in Water Extraction of Bioactive Compounds, Microwave-assisted extraction technology is now becoming an emerging technology to obtain useful compounds from plant biomass (Flórez et al., ; Adetunji et al., ).
Oct 02, · A brief summary of the general approaches in extraction, isolation and characterization of bioactive compound from plants extract can be found in Figure 1. This paper provides details in extraction, isolation and characterization of bioactive compound from plants extract with common phytochemical screening assay, chromatographic techniques Cited by: Buy Microwave-Assisted Extraction for Bioactive Compounds: Theory and Practice (Food Engineering Series) by Farid Chemat, Giancarlo Cravotto (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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