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The need for understanding the fundamentals of supercritical fluid processing and their applications to ever widening ranges of materials and conditions continues to expand there has been much interest in the use of supercritical fluids as solvents in bioprocessing of food and related materialsisbn 0751401846 9780751401844 oclc number 30914345 notes this volume is based on the papers presented at the symposium on supercritical fluid processing of biomaterials basics of process design and applications organized during the 8th world congress of food science and technology held in toronto sept 29 oct 1991 prefacech 1 in supercritical fluid processing of food and biomaterials rizvi ssh p 1 26 chapman and hall bishopbriggs glasgow ronyai e simandi b lemberkovics e veress t patiaka d 1999 comparison of the volatile composition of clary sage oil obtained by hydrodistillation and supercritical fluid extraction j essential oil res 11 69 manufacturing 120 innovations in pharmaceutical technology rapid expansion of supercritical solutions ress involves atomising a solution of a product in a supercritical fluid into a low pressure vessel this process only has applications at a commercial scale when product solubility in the supercriticalcarbon dioxide co 2 is the most commonly scf used as a solvent in food applicationsit is not only cheap and readily available at high purity but also safe to handle and physiologically sound to the very low levels at which it is present in foods because it is easily removed by simple expansion to common environmental pressure values

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