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Simulation of D-limonene Separation from Mandarine Extract in Simulated Moving Bed (SMB)
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Simulation of D-limonene Separation from Mandarine Extract in Simulated Moving Bed (SMB)
Kim, Tae Ho; Ko, Kwan Young; Kim, In Ho;
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 Abstract
Limonene is orange flavored natural material that is mainly contained in mandarine and lemon peels. D-limonene was extracted from cold-storaged mandarine peel by using Soxhlet extractor at for 2 hours with ethanol as solvent. Henry constants of d-limonene and impurity were calculated as $H_{Lim}
 Keywords
Simulated Moving Bed (SMB);d-limonene;Aspen Chromatography;
 Language
Korean
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