Microwave influence on solid-liquid equilibrium
World Congress of Chemical Engineering (10º. 2017. Barcelona)
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A Álvarez-Martín, H Trigueros-Fernández, M J Cocero, R B. Mato. Microwave influence on solid-liquid equilibrium. 1-5 October 2017. Barcelona (Spain) 10th World Congress of Chemical Engineering. Process Intensification (integrated in IPIC1/EPIC6/APSPIS3)
The advantages of adding microwaves to chemical processes have been widely proved. However, there is not a clear understanding of the microwaves’ role in these processes. For instance, the enhancement produced in natural products extraction is broadly recognised, but only oil extraction improvement from trichomes has been rigorously described. In order to shed light on microwave intensification, some authors have reported changes in vapour-liquid equilibrium when microwave heating is applied to the interface . This work analyses if microwaves may also contribute to ameliorate the solubility of certain compounds under radiation, and so, find an explanation for the extraction enhancement in microwave assisted processes.
Junta de Castilla y León (programa de apoyo a proyectos de investigación – Ref. VA040U16)
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