Extraction Methods of Value-Added Compounds from Biomasses
Taşçı, T.Ç., Fasse, S., Raval, S., Thomsen, M.H., Gottschalk, A.
Since there are vast applications possible for bioactive compounds in the pharma, food, and chemical industry; the most efficient, economical, and environmentally viable extraction method needs to be applied to valorize biomass. Many new methods as well as conventional methods have been developed with high recovery of bioactive components from biomasses. However, the chosen method should be evaluated in an economic way with a comparison of other methods to be implementable on industrial scale as well. This review paper aims to determine the state of the art for extraction methods of value-added compounds from biomasses with the focus on critical parameters such as cost, yield, extraction time, and environmental friendliness of the process.
biomass, biorefinery, biobased products, solid-liquid extraction, value-added compounds
Biomass, Bio-Based Products and Bioenergy Integration
Biomass use in biorefineries
30th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
512 - 528
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