Электронная книга: Pilz Stephan «Industrial Scale Natural Products Extraction»

Industrial Scale Natural Products Extraction

Covering the latest technologies in process engineering, this handbook and ready reference features high pressure processing, alternative solvents and processes, extraction technologies and biotransformations– describing greener, more efficient and sustainable techniques. The result is an expert account of engineering details from lab-scale experiments to large-scale industrial design. The major focus is on the engineering aspects of extraction with organic and supercritical solvents, ionic liquids orsurfactant solutions, and is supplemented by aspects of both up- and downstream processing, biotransformation, as well as a survey of typical products in food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications. This is rounded off by market developments, economic considerations and regulations requirementsin the field Authored by experts from leading industrial and academic institutions, this is essential reading for the hands-on scientist and office manager alike.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9783527635146

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