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The extraction , separation and purification of alkaloids in the natural medicine

@inproceedings{Yubin2014TheE,
  title={The extraction , separation and purification of alkaloids in the natural medicine},
  author={Jiang Yubin and Yu-ping Miao and Wang Bing and Zhang Yao},
  year={2014}
}
In this paper, I will have natural medicine alkaloids extraction, separation and purification methods for a talk, the presence of alkaloids of natural medicine are in the form of free or salt alkaloids, so inorganic acidic water can be used to extract in order to have alkaloids organic acids replaced with inorganic acid salt and increase its solubility; The free alkaloids or salt both can be dissolved in methanol, ethanol, we can use heated alcohol under reflux extraction or ultrasonic alcohol… Expand
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