Supercritical CO2 extraction separation and concentration of carotene

Foreword Carotene, an orange fat-soluble compound, contains a large amount of β-carotene (C40H56). It is widely found in carrots, papayas, mangoes, sweet potatoes and green vegetables. It is an important natural pigment and antioxidant. Beta-carotene is an important source of vitamin A. It can prevent… Read More »Supercritical CO2 extraction separation and concentration of carotene

Supercritical CO2 fractionation reduces lard cholesterol

Forewords Supercritical fluid fractionation (SFF) Supercritical fluid fractionation (SFF) is a separation technology that has been developed rapidly recently. It has the characteristics of achieving solute separation at a lower temperature, and is particularly suitable for separating unstable and hardly volatile substances. In general, when… Read More »Supercritical CO2 fractionation reduces lard cholesterol