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Under such conditions, supercritical carbon dioxide with liquid-like behavior might have formed, Bolmatov said.
Michnacs, Luckert, and Zetzl recovered the absorbent particles by mixing the rejects with a thermoplastic melt such as styrene butadiene block copolymers and solidifying and extracting the thermoplastics, additives, and contaminates with a supercritical carbon dioxide or propane, leaving behind active, crosslinked superabsorbent particles.
Spectra Systems Corp PLC on 23 June 2014, said it is working with the Central Bank of Indonesia to evaluate the performance of Spectra Systems Aeris technology, which uses supercritical carbon dioxide to clean soiled banknotes.
It has now taken a crucial step towards developing the wider use of sustainable green solvents, such as supercritical carbon dioxide, which in the future could replace conventional solvents used by the chemical industry, such as acetone, hexane and dichloromethane.
The BioComposites Centre, which specialises in the research, development and commercial application of bio-based alternatives to synthetic materials in manufacturing and industry, has taken a crucial step towards developing the wider use of sustainable green solvents, such as supercritical carbon dioxide.
They turned to a process that uses supercritical carbon dioxide, which has been used for making decaffeinated coffee and in other applications.
To do this, NET Power utilizes a novel, oxyfuel, high-pressure, supercritical carbon dioxide thermodynamic cycle-named the Allam Cycle after lead inventor Rodney Allam of Chippenham, England.
Currently the most popular means of caffeine extraction are achieved by organic chemical solvents, supercritical carbon dioxide and water decaffeination.