Extraction Techniques at comparison

The combination of lower solvent volumes, less maintenance needs, and the use of inexpensive disposable glass vials decreases the cost per sample to enhance your lab's competitiveness and profitability.

Microwave Assisted Extraction can be used to replace Soxhlet, sonication, Pressurized Liquid Extraction and other extraction methods

Microwave-assisted solvent extraction (compliant with US EPA 3546) uses closed vessels to heat the extraction solvent to 2–3 times its atmospheric boiling point. The elevated temperature of the solvent increases the solubility of the analyte of interest and lowers solvent viscosity, allowing it to better penetrate the matrix. This leads to a dramatical reduction of extraction times and solvent consumption, thus resulting in microwave "Green" extraction

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