volume 48, issue 4, P427-438 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280480405
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Abstract: Abstract The application of electrically enhanced liquid‐liquid extraction techniques to the recovery and purification of penicillin G from aqueous solutions and from untreated mycelial culture broth is described. Experiments at laboratory scale have shown that extraction rates into dichloromethane at pH 4.0 may be increased by factors of up to five‐fold by electrostatically spraying penicillin G solutions into a continuum of solvent held in electrical tension. The experimental studies revealed that in small …

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