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    • Extraction of essential oils from vetiver (vetiveria zizanioides) grass. 

      Leite, Bianca. (2012)
      Vetiver grass is a viable vegetative absorbent and erosion barrier; in addition the valuable oils extracted from its roots are playing an increasing role in the perfume, food and pharmaceutical industries. The quantity and ...
    • Modelling of a vibrating-plate extraction column. 

      Rathilal, Sudesh. (2010)
      Liquid extraction, sometimes called solvent extraction, is the separation of the constituents of a liquid solution by contact with another insoluble liquid. It belongs to the class of countercurrent diffusional separation ...
    • Monoethanolamine : suitability as an extractive solvent. 

      Harris, Roger Allen. (2000)
      Separation processes are fundamental to all chemical engineering industries. Solvent separation, either liquid-liquid extraction or extractive distillation, is a specialised segment of separation processes. Solvents can ...
    • The study of the extraction of pectin from dried lemon peels. 

      Lerotholi, Letsabisa. (2010-09-14)
      Pectin is a polysaccharide found in plant cell walls. It is a linear molecular chain of D-galacturonic acid units linked by a 1—»4 glycosidic bonds. Pectin is widely used in the food industry. The main sources of pectin ...
    • The thermodynamics of liquids in solution at 298 K and 1 atm. 

      Naidoo, Rolandra D. (2003)
      For many years the problem of separating aliphatic and aromatic compounds has been at the forefront of the petroleum and oil refining industries. This separation is often effected using liquid-liquid extraction or ...