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Advances in Analytical and Preparative Supercritical Fluid Chromatography. Food and Nutraceutical Applications

  • Fernando MontañésEmail author
  • Owen J. Catchpole
  • Stephen J. Tallon
  • Paul M. Rose
  • Teresa Moreno
Chapter
Part of the Food Engineering Series book series (FSES)

Abstract

Supercritical fluid chromatography is a burgeoning technology that uses a supercritical fluid as a mobile phase, mainly carbon dioxide. Supercritical fluid chromatography has some advantages over liquid and/or gas chromatography that makes this technology suitable to apply to a wide range of compounds, ranging from natural products, to foods, or even fossil fuels, petroleum and explosives. Although it has been used since early 1960s, it has been last 20 years that this technology has taken off. This chapter reviews not only analytical and industrial applications of supercritical fluid chromatography, but also an overview of this technique including instrumentation and system characterization.

Keywords

Supercritical chromatography Thermodynamics Isotherms Food Nutraceutical Industrial scale Scale up Simulated moving bed Purification Lipids Natural products 

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