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What is solvent extraction in science?


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When you take a solution and make it pure, thus removing the solvent and returning the dissolved compound to its pure molarity

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Solvent extraction is mainly used in Nuclear processing and Perfumes. It is the extraction of a compound from one liquid into other.


repeated extraction in wich solvent is used in small portion are more effective than using a single large volume of solvent


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hot water extraction , aqueous extraction, solvent extraction


By solvent extraction with water. By fractional distillation.


In single step extraction more amount of solvent is left in the process, contradictory to what is said that minimum amount of solvent should be left.


we can say this because both of these are separation technique


Solvents extraction is a separation method used in chemistry.


A component of a solution is extracted by the use of a selective solvent for this component.


You think probable to a solvent for the solvent extraction method.


Ethanol is a good solvent.


The extracting solvent always has zero concentration of the material to be extracted when the solvent first contacts the substrate to be extracted, so that the extraction rate is increased.


Essential oils are separated from plants by solvent extraction or water vapor extraction.


Separation of a component from a mixture with the aid of solvent which is miscible with this component but immiscible with the initial solvent of the mixture.


- It is used as a jet fuel - It is used as a solvent in solvent extraction of metals, etc.


separation of immicible solvent


A method is probable the solvent extraction.


- the solvent must be miscible with the organic solute and not miscible with water- also any chemical reaction is permitted- higher yield of extraction- easy and complete recovery of the solvent


methanol can be hanol can exractused in extraction as in our research we found that 25%met can be used in extraction of strobilanthes crispus.


Two methods are used: solvent extraction or water vapor extraction.


It is usually added during an extraction in order to make the solution alkaline. Often times, this aids in the efficiency of the extraction.



The solvent used depends on its polarity. As the solvent boils the vapour passes through the condensor and the pure form of the solvent drops on the sample


H3-C-O-+H - looks like roughly half polar and half non-polar: that makes it a very weak non-polar [extraction] solvent.


An extraction buffer is a solvent that selectively, or at least partially selectively, extracts a material from a mixture or bi-phasic solvent system. It is used in biochemistry and chemistry procedures to purify and concentrate a material of interest.



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