Ultrasound Assisted Extraction: Methods and Applications


Bancha Yingngam – Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Technology, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand
Muhammad Shahzad Aslam, PhD –  Assistant Professor, School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xiamen University, Malaysia

Series: Analytical Chemistry and Microchemistry; Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI001000; SCI013010; SCI013060
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/AVMU1360

This book is a masterful collection limited to students, researchers, engineers, scientists, pharmacists, and experts in the evolving field of existing extraction technologies. We have accumulated this inclusive compendium as the editors, uniting expert contributions explaining the theory, advancements, and practical applications of ultrasound-assisted extraction (UAE). This method, famous for its high performance and consumer friendliness, uses the energy of ultrasonic waves to improve the reclamation of bioactive compounds from a diverse range of materials. The information taken from this book highlights the use of the UAE in areas such as the pharmaceutical industry, cosmetics and perfumery, food science, and environmental technology to offer the audience more insight into how it boosts the market, cuts solvent use, and shortens the extraction period.
Through detailed chapters, this book outlines the foundational knowledge and advanced insights of the UAE in a series of comprehensive chapters. First, it offers the audience a simple understanding of the interaction between ultrasonic waves and materials and progresses to essential discussions, case studies, and experimental schemes vital for proceeding with the UAE process in laboratory or industrial settings. Moreover, the book covers the most advanced and recent developments in ultrasound technology, machinery creation, and automation, which are essential for scaling up processes and enhancing reproducibility.
In addition to the purely technical aspects, “Ultrasound-Assisted Extraction: Methods and Applications” critically evaluates the economic and industrial dimensions associated with modern extraction. Thus, this approach enables the modern UAE to become one of the central components of green chemistry, as it combines high productivity with a low level of environmental harm. The book’s presentation of the UAE is not entirely optimistic or affirmative; instead, it discusses the potential difficulties and impediments associated with the novel technologies. Therefore, this book is an essential resource for anyone willing to master the skills of the UAE and foster innovation in their area, ensuring that the learning audience is ready to lead the current dynamic and vital trend.

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