Cannabis: Theoretically-Derived Models Used in Extraction

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Theoretically-derived models describe extraction processes with concepts such as desorption of
the solute from the solid, diffusion of the solute into the solvent, transfer of the solute across the liquid
boundary layer and into the bulk solution, location and distribution of solute in the solid, equilibrium,
and solubility[21]. They can be applied when the mass transfer mechanisms and equilibrium are known
or they can be used to discover and interpret process mechanisms. Five publications were found to
apply theoretically-derived models and concepts to bark extraction, and they are discussed in this
section.

 

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