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Applications of ultrasound in food technology: Processing, preservation and extraction.
- F. Chemat, Zill-e-Huma, Muhammed Kamran Khan
- Medicine, Computer Science
- Ultrasonics sonochemistry
- 1 July 2011
This review presents a complete picture of current knowledge on application of ultrasound in food technology including processing, preservation and extraction and provides the necessary theoretical background and some details about ultrasound the technology, the technique, and safety precautions. Expand
Ultrasound assisted extraction of food and natural products. Mechanisms, techniques, combinations, protocols and applications. A review.
- F. Chemat, N. Rombaut, Anne-Gaëlle Sicaire, A. Meullemiestre, Anne‐Sylvie Fabiano‐Tixier, M. Abert-Vian
- Ultrasonics sonochemistry
This review presents a complete picture of current knowledge on ultrasound-assisted extraction in food ingredients and products, nutraceutics, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and bioenergy applications, and applications from laboratory to industry, security, and environmental impacts. Expand
Green Extraction of Natural Products: Concept and Principles
- F. Chemat, M. Vian, G. Cravotto
- Engineering, Medicine
- International journal of molecular sciences
- 11 July 2012
The six principles of green-extraction are introduced, describing a multifaceted strategy to apply this concept at research and industrial level, and offer an updated glimpse of the huge technological effort that is being made and the diverse applications that are being developed. Expand
Ultrasound-assisted extraction of polyphenols (flavanone glycosides) from orange (Citrus sinensis L.) peel
- Muhammad Kamran Khan, M. Abert-Vian, Anne‐Sylvie Fabiano‐Tixier, O. Dangles, F. Chemat
- 15 March 2010
Abstract The present study reports on the extraction of polyphenols especially flavanones from orange (Citrus sinensis L.) peel by using ethanol as a food grade solvent. After a preliminary study… Expand
Comparison of two isolation methods for essential oil from rosemary leaves: Hydrodistillation and microwave hydrodiffusion and gravity
Traditional hydrodistillation (HD) and innovative Microwave Hydrodiffusion and Gravity (MHG) methods have been compared and evaluated for their effectiveness in the isolation of essential oil from… Expand
A new process for extraction of essential oil from Citrus peels: microwave hydrodiffusion and gravity.
Attention is drawn to the development of a new and green alternative technique for the extraction of essential oil from citrus peels. The process uses the hydro-diffusion phenomenon generated by… Expand
Solvent-free microwave extraction of essential oil from aromatic herbs: comparison with conventional hydro-distillation.
Solvent-free microwave extraction is a green technology and appears as a good alternative for the extraction of essential oils from aromatic plants and allows substantial savings of costs, in terms of time, energy and plant material. Expand
Review of Green Food Processing techniques. Preservation, transformation, and extraction
This review presents innovative food processing techniques and their role in promoting sustainable food industry. These techniques (such as microwave, ultrasound, pulse electric field, instant… Expand
An improved microwave Clevenger apparatus for distillation of essential oils from orange peel.
- M. Ferhat, B. Meklati, J. Smadja, F. Chemat
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of chromatography. A
- 21 April 2006
Microwave Clevenger or microwave accelerated distillation (MAD) is a combination of microwave heating and distillation, performed at atmospheric pressure without added any solvent or water, which results in more rapid opening of essential oil glands treated by MAD, in contrast to conventional hydro-distillation. Expand
An original solvent free microwave extraction of essential oils from spices
Attention is drawn to the development of a new and green alternative technique for the extraction of essential oils from spices. Solvent-free microwave extraction (SFME) is a combination of dry… Expand