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Analytical techniques for natural product research by Kumar, S. (Eds.)

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The addition of a large amount of modifier will change the critical parameters of the mixture (Pourmortazavi and Hajimirsadeghi, 2007). The addition of ethanol increased the bulk density of SC-CO2 due to the higher density of the co-solvent and clustering of SC-CO2 molecules around the co-solvent (Guclu-Ustundag and Temelli, 2005). , 2001). It was found that ethanol as a modifier increased the solubility by one order of magnitude and the increase in solubility was proportional to the square root of the modifier concentration.

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