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SOLVENT SCREENING METHODSSOLVENT SCREENING METHODSA variety of methods may be used to estimate solvent properties as an aid to identifying useful solvents for a new application. Many of these methods focus on thermodynamic properties; a favorable partition ratio and low mutual solubility often are necessary for an economical extraction process, so ranking candidates according to thermodynamic properties provides a useful initial screen of the more promising candidates. Keep in mind, however, that other factors also must be taken into account when selecting a solvent, as discussed in “Desirable Solvent Properties” under “Introduction and Overview.” When using the following methods, also note th…
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