About the talk
The session entitled, “Minor Cannabinoid Separation and Isolation becomes Making the Most Out of the Medicine: Methods for Separating Minor Cannabinoids” emphasizes supercritical fluid chromatography (SFC).
05:33 HSP for predicting physicochemical phenomena and properties
10:41 Select solubility parameters for solvents used in the cannabis industry
16:10 Ethanol-Waxes solubility by carbon chain length
25:20 Migration of food constituents from plastics into the food matrix
30:33 Human skin case study
34:45 Red equation in HSP
Dr. King’s research and teaching focus is in the area of chemical separations, particularly in the use of sub- and supercritical fluids for chemical processing. Research is conducted to develop environmentally-benign methodology using compressed carbon dioxide and/or water as media for conducting extractions and reactions of natural/agricultural products, CO2 – based cleaning technology, as well as application to materials modification. These efforts have resulted in approximately 250 publications and 3 patents to date and many national/international presentations. A current research focus is to optimize the use of hot compressed water as a selective extraction agent or medium in which to process biomass. Using the above approach, coupled unit processes are developed with respect to yielding a sustainable “green” process, which has been optimized with respect to thermodynamics and mass transfer principles. Experimental approaches involve the measurement of high pressure phase equilibrium, solute solubility measurements in compressed fluids, and the use of chromatographic methods for physicochemical properties determination.View the profile
Good almost afternoon. I'm Jerry King. And so I'll get on the site. So, Premier League. Clinical, chemistry. And various is really understanding what's going on. And I also hazardous chemicals that have the same kind of theoretical. Selection of packaging materials. Call Simon.