Monday, November 17, 2008: 8:30 AM-11:00 AM
Franklin 4 (Marriott Philadelphia Downtown)

Extractions (02c)

#31 - Extraction for Bioseparations (02C02)
Extraction has been an important unit operation for bioproduct separations because it is able to simultaneously isolate, concentrate and purify these products from dilute solutions. We seek papers that describe fundamentals and novel applications of extraction in bioproduct recovery. Examples include, but are not limited to, biofueld, two-phase aqueous surfactant and polymer systems and micellar-gel systems for selective partitioning of proteins, reversible chemical complexation for the recovery of organic acids, amino acids, etc.
Chair:Timothy Frank
CoChair:Frank Seibert
CoSponsor(s):Topical 4: Sustainable Biorefineries (T4)
8:30 AMWelcoming Remarks
8:35 AMProtein Recovery from Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Soybean Oil
Kerry A. Campbell, Ramon Morales Chabrand, Charles E. Glatz
8:55 AMHigh Power Ultrasonics In the Chemical, Food & Bio Industry: From Laboratory to Commercial Production
Alex Patist
9:15 AMExtraction of Proteins from Corn Dry Mill Co-Product by Bio-Based Solvents
Saurav Datta, Y. J. Lin, M. C. Negri, R. Datta, Bryan Bals, Bruce E. Dale, Seth W. Snyder
9:35 AMSeparation of Chemicals Produced by Acidogenic Fermentation
Emilie Fockedey, Juray De Wilde, Patrick A. Gerin
9:55 AMEquilibrium Study on Reactive Extraction of Lactic Acid with Tri-N-Butyl Phosphate in N-Hexane
Panut Mulyono, Anita Pardah
10:15 AMExtraction and Purification of Isoflavones from Soybeans and Characterization of Their Estrogenic Activities
Elizabeth J. Zhang, Ka M. Ng, Kathy Q. Luo
10:35 AMSeparation and Purification of Schisandrin B from Fructus Schisandrae
Ka F. Luk, Robert Kam M. Ko, Ka M. Ng
10:55 AMConcluding Remarks

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