destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous extraction of soybean oil

  • (PDF) Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Oil

    The challenges when using this process are to improve the efficiency of oil extraction, to effectively de-emulsify the difficult-to-break cream in order to recover free oil when emulsions are formed, and to develop high-value uses for the dilute proteinrich aqueous effluent (skim) [3,5].The mechanisms of oil and protein extraction into aqueous

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  • Production of Biodiesel and Protein Isolates from Dehulled

    Aqueous extraction is an emerging alternative to hexane-based oilseed extraction since it eliminates the dangers associated with processing, and allows the simultaneous recovery of high- quality protein products and vegetable oils.

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  • Establishment of an aqueous method for extracting soybean

    for extracting soybean oil by an aqueous process. An advanced aqueous extraction of soybean oil assisted by adding free oil was established in this study, which recovered 81% of the oil from soybeans with 20.73% crude oil content and produced a de-oiled residue with 4.7% residual oil. The acid or peroxide value of the recovered

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  • Effect of water bath‐assisted water extraction on physical

    1 INTRODUCTION. Soybean, one of the important food crops, has high nutritional value and high protein and oil content and is also the world's most important oil crops (Hartman et al., 2011).Oil bodies, also known as lipid bodies, are subcellular organelle particles that

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  • Characterization and Demulsification of the Oil-Rich

    Fatty acid composition of the oils recovered by both demulsification strategies was similar to that of the hexane extracted oil. These results provide destabilization strategies for the oil-rich emulsion formed during the aqueous extraction processing of almond flour, thus contributing to the development of this environmentally friendly technology.

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  • Effect of water bath‐assisted water extraction on physical

    1 INTRODUCTION. Soybean, one of the important food crops, has high nutritional value and high protein and oil content and is also the world's most important oil crops (Hartman et al., 2011).Oil bodies, also known as lipid bodies, are subcellular organelle particles that

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous

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  • Destabilization of the Emulsion Formed during Aqueous

    Characterization and destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour were investigated. This emulsion was collected as a cream layer and was subjected to various single and combined treatments, including thermal treatments and enzymatic treatments, aimed at recovery of free oil.

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  • The Research on Freeze-Thaw De-Emulsification Technology

    Combined effect of operational variables and enzyme activity on aqueous enzymatic extraction of oil and protein from soybean. Enzyme and Microbial Technology. 28, 499-509. DOI: 10.1016/s0141-0229(00)00351-3

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  • Destabilization of Emulsion Formed During Aqueous

    When 1.2 wt% Tween 20 aqueous solution was used for oil extraction at pH 10.0, the highest free oil yield was achieved at 76.1 %, which was similar to the oil recovery of using proteases as a destabilization agent.

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  • Advances in Aqueous Extraction Processing of Soybeans

    Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour Chabrand, RM; Glatz, CE Apparent processing of a soybean oil body protein accompanies the onset of oil mobilization

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  • Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from

    Jan 23, 2017· Chabrand RM, Glatz CE (2009) Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour. Enzyme Microb Technol 45:28–35. CAS Article Google Scholar 25. Yang L, Jiang L, Sui X, Wang S (2011) Optimization of the aqueous enzymatic extraction of pie kernel oil by response surface methodology.

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  • Simultaneous Protein and Biodiesel Production from

    Various methods for destabilization of the emulsion resulting from the aqueous extraction of oilseeds have been studied. The highest oil recovery (95%) has been obtained by enzymatic treatment and pH adjustment, for emulsion produced from enzyme assisted aqueous extraction of soybean Chabrand and Glatz, 2009).

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  • Establishment of an aqueous method for extracting soybean

    for extracting soybean oil by an aqueous process. An advanced aqueous extraction of soybean oil assisted by adding free oil was established in this study, which recovered 81% of the oil from soybeans with 20.73% crude oil content and produced a de-oiled residue with 4.7% residual oil. The acid or peroxide value of the recovered

    Get Price
  • Simultaneous Protein and Biodiesel Production from

    Various methods for destabilization of the emulsion resulting from the aqueous extraction of oilseeds have been studied. The highest oil recovery (95%) has been obtained by enzymatic treatment and pH adjustment, for emulsion produced from enzyme assisted aqueous extraction of soybean Chabrand and Glatz, 2009).

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  • Destabilization of stubborn emulsion formed during aqueous

    During aqueous processing of peanuts for simultaneous oil extraction and protein recovery, large amounts of emulsion could be formed and after enzymatic demulsification, substantial amounts of oil would be recovered while stubborn emulsions still remain. The destabilization of the stubborn emulsion is the key to improve the total free oil yield.

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  • Antioxidant Properties of Teaw (Cratoxylum formosumDyer

    soybean oil or 10% oil-in-water emulsion in the following quantities: 100 mg kg-1 of crude Teaw extract, R-tocopherol, BHT, ascorbyl palmitate or citric acid, and 60 mg kg-1 of chlorogenic acid. Oil-in-water emulsion (300 g, 10% oil) was prepared by mixing a solution of sodium acetate buffer (267 g, 0.1 M, pH ) 5.5) containing

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme

    Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour. Author(s) : Chabrand, R. M.; Glatz, C. E. Author Affiliation : Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Iowa State University, 2114 Sweeney Hall, Ames, IA 50011-2230, USA

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme

    The emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour was not stable, and the stability of cream was enhanced by the presence of proteins and phospholipids

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  • Production of Biodiesel and Protein Isolates from Dehulled

    Aqueous extraction is an emerging alternative to hexane-based oilseed extraction since it eliminates the dangers associated with processing, and allows the simultaneous recovery of high- quality protein products and vegetable oils.

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  • Mechanisms of aqueous extraction of soybean oil

    Aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of soy is a promising green alternative to hexane extraction processing. To improve AEP oil yields, experiments were conducted to probe the mechanisms of oil release. Microscopy of extruded soy before and after extraction with and without protease indicated that unextracted oil is sequestered in an insoluble matrix of denatured protein and is released by

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous

    CHAPTER 2. DESTABILIZATION OF THE EMULSION FORMED DURING THE 11 AQUEOUS EXTRACTION OF SOYBEAN OIL 2.1 Abstract 11 2.2 Introduction 12 2.3 Experimental Procedures 13 2.4 Results and Discussion 20 2.5 Acknowledgements 28 2.6 References 28

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  • "Destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous

    In the present study, characterization and destabilization of the emulsions formed during two alternative processes, traditional aqueous extraction and enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction, for oil extractability from soybean flour were investigated. The emulsions were collected as cream layers and these were subjected to various single and combined treatments, including thermal, chemical and

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  • Demulsification of oil-rich emulsion from enzyme-assisted

    Extraction of soybean oil from flaked and extruded soybeans using enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) is a promising alternative to conventional hexane extraction. These results provide destabilization strategies for the oil-rich emulsion formed during aqueous extraction processing of extruded flakes and significantly

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  • Establishment of an aqueous method for extracting soybean

    for extracting soybean oil by an aqueous process. An advanced aqueous extraction of soybean oil assisted by adding free oil was established in this study, which recovered 81% of the oil from soybeans with 20.73% crude oil content and produced a de-oiled residue with 4.7% residual oil. The acid or peroxide value of the recovered

    Get Price
  • A novel process for the aqueous extraction of oil from

    Aqueous extraction is a promising green alternative to hexane extraction. This study used a salt effect-aided aqueous extraction process (AEP-SE) for extracting Camellia oleifera seed oil (COSO) to improve oil extractability and avoid emulsification in the aqueous system. The highest oil extractability rate of 88.8% was obtained under 1.48 mol L–1 sodium carbonate, a solution-to-flour ratio

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  • Enzymatic Aqueous Extraction (EAE) Springer for Research

    Chabrand RM, Glatz CE (2009) Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour.

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme

    Soybean oil extraction from soybean flour by a neutral metallo-endopeptidase enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction process, optimized for effectiveness in reducing oil content of the solid residue, yields a small fraction of the oil as free oil whereas most is emulsified in a cream layer.

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  • (PDF) Enzyme-Assisted Aqueous Extraction of Oil

    The challenges when using this process are to improve the efficiency of oil extraction, to effectively de-emulsify the difficult-to-break cream in order to recover free oil when emulsions are formed, and to develop high-value uses for the dilute proteinrich aqueous effluent (skim) [3,5].The mechanisms of oil and protein extraction into aqueous

    Get Price
  • Destabilization of stubborn emulsion formed during aqueous

    During aqueous processing of peanuts for simultaneous oil extraction and protein recovery, large amounts of emulsion could be formed and after enzymatic demulsification, substantial amounts of oil would be recovered while stubborn emulsions still remain. The destabilization of the stubborn emulsion is the key to improve the total free oil yield.

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  • Destabilization of Emulsion Formed During Aqueous

    To destabilize the emulsion formed during aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of peanuts, Tween and Span series surfactants (Tween 20, Tween 80, Span 20, and Span 80) were used alone or in combination to break the emulsion. Results indicate that only Tween surfactants had a pronounced demulsifying effect that was dependent on Tween concentration and system pH.

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  • Advances in Aqueous Extraction Processing of Soybeans

    Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour Chabrand, RM; Glatz, CE Apparent processing of a soybean oil body protein accompanies the onset of oil mobilization

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    (3) Shao Bing Zhang, Wang Tong, Destabilization of Emulsion Formed During Aqueous Extraction of Peanut Oil: Synergistic Effect of Tween 20 and pH, Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society, 2016, 93: 1551-1561.

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  • Characterization and Demulsification of the Oil-Rich

    Fatty acid composition of the oils recovered by both demulsification strategies was similar to that of the hexane extracted oil. These results provide destabilization strategies for the oil-rich emulsion formed during the aqueous extraction processing of almond flour, thus contributing to the development of this environmentally friendly technology.

    Get Price
  • Destabilization of Emulsion Formed During Aqueous

    When 1.2 wt% Tween 20 aqueous solution was used for oil extraction at pH 10.0, the highest free oil yield was achieved at 76.1 %, which was similar to the oil recovery of using proteases as a destabilization agent.

    Get Price
  • Destabilization of the Emulsion Formed during Aqueous

    Characterization and destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour were investigated. This emulsion was collected as a cream layer and was subjected to

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  • Simultaneous Protein and Biodiesel Production from

    Various methods for destabilization of the emulsion resulting from the aqueous extraction of oilseeds have been studied. The highest oil recovery (95%) has been obtained by enzymatic treatment and pH adjustment, for emulsion produced from enzyme assisted aqueous extraction of soybean Chabrand and Glatz, 2009).

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme

    Destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous extraction of soybean oil J Am Oil Chem Soc,85 ( 2008 ),pp. 383 390 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

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  • Green solvents and technologies for oil extraction from

    Jan 23, 2017· Chabrand RM, Glatz CE (2009) Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour. Enzyme Microb Technol 45:28–35. CAS Article Google Scholar 25. Yang L, Jiang L, Sui X, Wang S (2011) Optimization of the aqueous enzymatic extraction of pie kernel oil by response surface methodology.

    Get Price
  • Demulsification of oil-rich emulsion from enzyme-assisted

    Extraction of soybean oil from flaked and extruded soybeans using enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction processing (EAEP) is a promising alternative to conventional hexane extraction. These results provide destabilization strategies for the oil-rich emulsion formed during aqueous extraction processing of extruded flakes and significantly

    Get Price
  • Destabilization of Oil-in-Water Emulsions Formed Using

    Destabilization of the Emulsion Formed during Aqueous Extraction of Soybean Oil. Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society 2008, 85, 383-390. DOI: 10.1007/s11746-008-1199-9. Ramón Morales Chabrand, Hyun-Jung Kim, Cheng Zhang, Charles E. Glatz, Stephanie Jung. . Journal of the American Oil Chemists Society 2008,,, 383. DOI: 10.1007/s11746

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  • Advances in Aqueous Extraction Processing of Soybeans

    Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour Chabrand, RM; Glatz, CE Apparent processing of a soybean oil body protein accompanies the onset of oil mobilization

    Get Price
  • Enzymatic Aqueous Extraction (EAE) Springer for Research

    Chabrand RM, Glatz CE (2009) Destabilization of the emulsion formed during the enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour.

    Get Price
  • Destabilization of the Emulsion Formed during Aqueous

    Characterization and destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous extraction of oil from soybean flour were investigated. This emulsion was collected as a cream layer and was subjected to various single and combined treatments, including thermal treatments and enzymatic treatments, aimed at recovery of free oil. The soybean oil emulsion formed during the aqueous extraction

    Get Price
  • A novel process for the aqueous extraction of oil from

    Aqueous extraction is a promising green alternative to hexane extraction. This study used a salt effect-aided aqueous extraction process (AEP-SE) for extracting Camellia oleifera seed oil (COSO) to improve oil extractability and avoid emulsification in the aqueous system. The highest oil extractability rate of 88.8% was obtained under 1.48 mol L–1 sodium carbonate, a solution-to-flour ratio

    Get Price
  • 1 Emulsion Formation, Stability, and Rheology

    emulsion consisting of a polar oil (e.g., propylene glycol) dispersed in a nonpolar whereby particles are made partially wetted by the oil phase and by the aqueous phase. 1.1.2 Structure of the System 1) measurements of surfactant and polymer adsorption in an emulsion are not easy and one has to extract such information from measurement

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  • Destabilization of the emulsion formed during aqueous

    Abstract. In the present study, characterization and destabilization of the emulsions formed during two alternative processes, traditional aqueous extraction and enzyme-assisted aqueous extraction, for oil extractability from soybean flour were investigated.

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  • Mechanisms of Aqueous Extraction of Soybean Oil Journal

    Aqueous extraction processing (AEP) of soy is a promising green alternative to hexane extraction processing. To improve AEP oil yields, experiments were conducted to probe the mechanisms of oil release. Microscopy of extruded soy before and after extraction with and without protease indicated that unextracted oil is sequestered in an insoluble matrix of denatured protein and is released by

    Get Price
  • Antioxidant Properties of Teaw (Cratoxylum formosumDyer

    soybean oil or 10% oil-in-water emulsion in the following quantities: 100 mg kg-1 of crude Teaw extract, R-tocopherol, BHT, ascorbyl palmitate or citric acid, and 60 mg kg-1 of chlorogenic acid. Oil-in-water emulsion (300 g, 10% oil) was prepared by mixing a solution of sodium acetate buffer (267 g, 0.1 M, pH ) 5.5) containing

    Get Price
  • [PDF] Production of Biodiesel and Protein Isolates from

    Aqueous extraction is an emerging alternative to hexane-based oilseed extraction since it eliminates the dangers associated with processing, and allows the simultaneous recovery of highquality protein products and vegetable oils. Five different non-enzymatic and enzymatic aqueous extraction processes (AEP/EAEP) were developed for dehulled yellow mustard flour with the aim of producing food

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  • Emulsion Wikipedia

    An emulsion is a mixture of two or more liquids that are normally immiscible (unmixable or unblendable) owing to liquid-liquid phase separation.Emulsions are part of a more general class of two-phase systems of matter called colloids.Although the terms colloid and emulsion are sometimes used interchangeably, emulsion should be used when both phases, dispersed and continuous, are liquids.

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