solvent extraction

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solvent extraction,

n a method of extracting essential oils in which chemical solvents dissolve plant resins and produce absolutes. Because trace amounts of the solvent remain in the oils so produced, many aroma-therapists do not use solvent extracted absolutes. See also absolute.
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Having analyzed the advantages and the disadvantages of each extraction method available for the analysis of THM and organochlorine pesticides in water samples, we now propose a simple and inexpensive automated liquid-liquid extraction technique which can be applied in routine analyses of water quality.
A liquid-liquid extraction procedure is used to separate this compound from food matrices.
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Too, processing the samples doesn't require a 12-hour wait, as can happen with liquid-liquid extraction of vegetables.
In general, liquid-liquid extraction involves extracting one liquid or any flavor-containing material - such as fruit juice or vegetable oil - with a solvent.
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To determine the ion transport properties of the synthesized compounds, transition metal picrate and dichromate liquid-liquid extraction studies were carried out.
For readers from academia or commerce who have a basic understanding of conventional liquid-liquid extraction, German scientists and engineers report on recent research into the industrial-scale extraction of flavorings, fragrances, pharmaceuticals, and other materials from plants.
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