Menthol is a natural compound found in various plants, including peppermint and spearmint. It has a refreshing minty aroma and is widely used in the food, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries. Menthol is usually obtained from plant extracts by steam distillation or solvent extraction, but these methods often result in impure or low-quality products. In recent years, fractional distillation using supercritical… Read More »Purification of Menthol by Supercritical CO2 Fluid Fractional Distillation
Supercritical CO2 extracts natural flavors
Citrus Peel Oil Cancer has become a big killer endangering human health and life, and the treatment of cancer has become an urgent task.At present, other than paclitaxel, no other natural medicine has been found to have a significant therapeutic effect on cancer, which has caused great difficulties in the treatment of tumors. In recent years, foreign scientists have successively… Read More »Supercritical CO2 Extraction of Citrus Peel Oil
There are few reports on garlic peel research. In this experiment, supercritical CO2 fluid was used to extract the volatile components of garlic peel, and the chemical composition of garlic peel extract was analyzed and identified by GC-MS technology, which is expected to be a research on garlic peel resources. And development and utilization provide a certain theoretical basis. Volatile… Read More »Experiment of CO2 Extraction of Volatile Components in Garlic Peel
Supercritical CO2 fluid extraction (SFE) is a method for extracting compounds from natural sources, including essential oils, using supercritical CO2 as the solvent. Angelica oil is an essential oil extracted from Angelica sinensis, which is commonly used in traditional Chinese medicine for its various therapeutic properties. This article will discuss the supercritical CO2 fluid extraction of angelica oil, including the… Read More »Supercritical CO2 Fluid Extraction of Angelica Oil
From the above results, the yield of thyme essential oil extracted by supercritical CO2 fluid can be as high as 4.22%, which is far greater than the yield of steam extraction.