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Extraction of oil from a porous solid

Donald Frederick Boucher

Extraction of oil from a porous solid

by Donald Frederick Boucher

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Published by American Institute of Chemical Engineers in [Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Extraction (Chemistry),
  • Soy oil.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donald F. Boucher ...
    ContributionsBrier, John Crowe, joint author., Osburn, James Octavius, 1919- joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP156.E8 B6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 p. l., 967-993 p.
    Number of Pages993
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL191090M
    LC Control Numbera 47000478
    OCLC/WorldCa20983820

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Extraction of oil from a porous solid by Donald Frederick Boucher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Solid–liquid extraction is a separation process based on the preferential dissolution of one or more of the components of a solid mixture in a liquid solvent. From: Food Process Engineering and Technology, Download as PDF.

About this page. Zeki Berk, in Food Process Engineering and Technology (Third Edition), The extraction chambers are filled with the solid matrix and extraction solvent at atmospheric pressure. On the base of the two cylindrical extraction chambers are two porous membranes, which permit liquid to pass through and block the solid matrix.

Step 2. Solid Phase Microextraction. Solid phase microextraction (SPME) is a widely applied technique, being a solvent-free method which exploits the high adsorption power of a fused silica fibre coated with a specific extraction phase, which is selected according to the type of matrix.

From: Instrumental Assessment of Food Sensory Quality, 4 D. Boucher, J. Brier, J. Osborn, ''Extraction of Oil from a Porous Solid,'' Trans.

Inst. Chem. Eng. 38 () 5 G. Karnofsky, ''The Mechanics of. SOLVENT EXTRACTION AND DEWAXING. ption. Solvent treating is a widely used method of refining lubricating oils as well as a host of other refinery stocks. Since distillation (fractionation) separates petroleum products into groups only by their boiling-point ranges, impurities may Size: KB.

surface can not be used as a quantitative measure of saturation of oil, gas and water in the reservoir. However, if water based mud is used the presence of oil in the core indicates that the rock information is oil bearing. When the core arrives in the laboratory plugs are usually drilled cm apart throughout the reservoir Size: KB.

Highly efficient herbal processing and extraction technologies have been de veloped to. solvent facilitate the penetration of solvent into porous solid. Weak ef fect on the extraction of oil. 2. 2 Extraction:Extraction: Extraction is the method of removing active constituents from a solid or liquid by means of liquid solvent.

The separation of medicinally active portions of plant or animal tissues from the inactive or inert components by using selective solvents.

In this method the wanted components are dissolved by the. “The book is designed primarily for advanced undergraduate and graduate students interested in porous media, water hydrology, soil mechanics, soil physics, petroleum and chemical engineering. It is highly recommended as well to scientists and engineers already working in these fields, and to Brand: Springer International Publishing.

The porous particles are then dispersed in the extractant-solvent solution. After soaking the particles, the excess solvent can either be filtered off or evaporated. In the first case, an extractant-solvent mixture would be retained within the pores. This would be of interest for extractants which would be solid at design conditions when pure.

Extraction processes 1. 1 EXTRACTION PROCESSES 2. INTRODUCTION & DEFINITIONS 2 Extraction may be defined as the removal of soluble constituents from a solid or liquid or semi-solid with means of suitable solvent.

It may be defined as the treatment of the plant or animal tissues with appropriate solvent, which would dissolve the medicinally active constituents. Extraction. Oil and gas law is also different from the law that ap-plies to the ownership, leasing, and mining of other types of minerals because oil and nat-ural gas are not solid and do not remain in one place.

These minerals can move from one place to another, depending on how porous the rock is and what is happening around the deposit. Journal Article: Interferences in solid-phase extraction using C bonded porous silica cartridges. @article{osti_, title = {Development of Novel Porous Sorbents for Extraction of Uranium from Seawater}, author = {Lin, Wenbin}, abstractNote = {Climate disruption is one of the greatest crises the global community faces in the 21st century.

Alarming increases in CO2, NO, SO2 and particulate matter levels will have catastrophic consequences on the environment, food supplies, and human. 1 Surfactants and Their Solutions: Basic Principles Laurier L. Schramm1,2 and D.

Gerrard Marangoni3 1Petroleum Recovery Institute,– 33rd St. NW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2L 2A6 2 University of Calgary, Dept. of Chemistry, University Drive NW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2N 1N4 3St. Francis Xavier University, Dept.

of Chemistry, PO BoxAntigonish, NS, Canada B2G 2W5Cited by: BEGINNERS GUIDE TO SOXHLET EXTRACTIONS PAGE 1 of 4 BEGINNER | Intermediate | Advanced The simplest form of solid-liquid extraction is the treatment of a solid with a solvent. An example The basic procedure calls for a solid sample to be placed in a porous container and allowing condensed solvent toFile Size: 65KB.

The amount of NaOH used for triglyceride removal was optimized. Particularly liquid-liquid and solid phase extraction methods for the extraction of tocopherols from vegetable oils were compared. The results confirmed that porous polymers represent promising SPE alternatives for the extraction of tocopherols from by: 7.

solid-phase extraction applied to determine organic contaminants. It mainly concerns polymer-based sorbents that include high-capacity, as well as selective sorbents, inorganic-based sorbents that include those prepared using sol-gel technology along with structured porous materials based on inorganicAuthor: Núria Fontanals, Rosa M.

Marcé, Francesc Borrull. Oil spills and the emission of oily wastewater have triggered serious water pollution and environment problems. Effectively separating oil and water is a world-wide challenge and extensive efforts have been made to solve this issue.

Interfacial super-wetting separation materials e.g., sponge, foams, and aerogels with high porosity tunable pore structures, are regarded as effective media to Cited by: 4. A Soxhlet extractor is a piece of laboratory apparatus invented in by Franz von Soxhlet.

It was originally designed for the extraction of a lipid from a solid material. Typically, Soxhlet extraction is used when the desired compound has a limited solubility in a solvent, and the impurity is insoluble in that solvent. It allows for unmonitored and unmanaged operation while efficiently.

Solid phase extraction (SPE) is an increasingly useful sample preparation technique. With SPE, many of the problems associated with liquid/liquid extraction can be prevented, such as incomplete phase separations, less-than-quantitative recoveries, use of expe nsive, breakable specialty glassware, and disposal of large quantities of organic File Size: KB.A hole drilled into an oil reservoir for the purpose of recovering the oil trapped in porous formations Explanation of Oil Extraction.

Oil Extraction | Article about Oil Extraction by The Free Dictionary Extracting soybean oil by AOT reverse micelle was a typical solid-liquid extraction involving the transfer of the oil from solid to the.Extraction Oil & Gas, Inc. (XOG) FORM K "Reservoir" means a porous and permeable underground formation containing a natural accumulation of producible natural gas and/or oil that is.