Chemical Technology, Control and Management


The aim of this research is to study Supercritical Fluid Extraction (SFE) process of dog rose seed. The process implemented at 30 MPa, 50 0C, and flow rate of 0.228 L/min by applying supercritical carbon dioxide and at 40 0C separation temperatures. The experiments were carried out over the period of 120 minute. Content of residue in SFE oil determined. The GC analyses revealed the oil from dog rose seeds was rich of unsaturated fatty acids.

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