Caffeine and chlorogenic acid separation from raw coffee beans using supercritical CO2 in water

@inproceedings{Machmudah2008CaffeineAC,
  title={Caffeine and chlorogenic acid separation from raw coffee beans using supercritical CO2 in water},
  author={Siti Machmudah and Kiwa Kitada and Mitsuru Sasaki and Motonobu Goto and Jun Munemasa and Masahiro Yamagata},
  year={2008}
}
The aim of this work was to develop new process for extracting and separating hydrophilic and hydrophobic compounds from coffee beans using supercritical CO2 in water. In this work, experiments and simulation of the process has been conducted. Chlorogenic acid and caffeine from coffee beans were used as model compounds of hydrophilic and hydrophobic compounds, respectively. Experiment was conducted in the semi-continuous flow extractor at various densities and ratios of coffee mass and water… CONTINUE READING

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