A Review: Microwave Assisted Extraction of Bioactive Compounds From Plant Samples
samradhnyee Mohan Sawant, Vaishnavi Mali, Vaishnavi Patil, Shital Devkar, Prachi L. Khochage, Nilesh Chougule
solvents, plants, bioactive chemicals, extraction, microwave heating, and microwave-assisted extraction.
Recently, bioactive substances derived from plant material have been removed with the aid of a microwave extractor. This is due to the fact that traditional methods for extracting use greater amounts dissolve heat-sensitive bioactive materials in solvents substance also it extract slowly. Therefore, a significance of the Microwave-Assisted Extraction (MAE) method within the extraction of bioactive chemicals or substances derived from plants is revealed in this chapter. The extraction processes involved must guarantee stable, heat-sensitive bioactive chemicals, recover greater yields more quickly, and use fewer extracted solvents. Additionally included are the variables influencing MAE while bioactive compounds are being extracted from plant sources. Furthermore, a few of the bioactive chemicals from plant samples that have already been described using MAE are noted.
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Unique Paper ID: 162194

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 8

Page(s): 272 - 277
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