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What does LLE stand for?

LLE stands for Liquid-Liquid Extraction

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00 Hardcover TP248 For readers from academia or commerce who have a basic understanding of conventional liquid-liquid extraction, German scientists and engineers report on recent research into the industrial-scale extraction of flavorings, fragrances, pharmaceuticals, and other materials from plants.
Apart from the new technologies employed, traditional sample extraction principles such as liquid-solid and liquid-liquid extraction techniques still provide the basis for all new extraction techniques; as such, the selection of a given technique would essentially require determining the suitability of a given basic extraction principle to the matrix to be analyzed.
Processes using sulphite waste liquors as the feedstock produced lignin via the following steps: lignin extraction by acidification of the liquor, alkaline oxidation of the lignin, acidification converting the vanillin salt to vanillin, liquid-liquid extraction to remove vanillin from the aqueous solution and distillation to separate vanillin from the solvent.
As well as SPEnet solid phase extraction products, Anachem also supplies Macherey-Nagel Chromabond SPE and liquid-liquid extraction products, plus Anachem QPF protein precipitation products.