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Separation Of Solanesol In Tobacco Leaves Extract By Slow Rotary Counter-current Chromatography Using A Novel Non-aqueous Two-phase Solvent System.
Yang Zhao, Q. Du
Published 2007 · Chemistry, Medicine
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Non-aqueous solvent system composed of sunflower oil-ethanol was found to be suitable for the separation of lower polarity components. Employing this solvent system, 3 g of tobacco leaves extract containing 15% solanesol was separated using a slow rotary counter-current chromatograph equipped with an 1100 mL column made of 5.7 mm I.D. convoluted PTFE tube. The separation yielded 1.5 g of yellow oily product in which solanesol occupied 26.8% determined by HPLC. The tobacco tar and other main impurities in the tobacco leaves extract were removed after slow rotary counter-current chromatographic separation. The separation processing may be developed as a technique for producing a solanesol product with food grade.
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