Supercritical Fluids Extraction of Valuable Compounds from Algae: Future Perspectives and Challenges

  • Siti Machmudah Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology
  • Wahyu Diono Nagoya University
  • Hideki Kanda Nagoya University
  • Motonobu Goto Nagoya University

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Abstract

Algae (macro and micro) can be used to produce several high–value metabolites to supply industries as cosmetics, additives and pigments, among others. Those metabolites can have physiological and nutritional benefits for human and animal health. However, the availability of high–value metabolites from algae is still unaffordable due to traditional extraction techniques and their requirements of energy and use of pollutant solvents. Recently, green extraction technologies for the extraction of high–value metabolites have become more desirable due to their sustainability and environmental benefits. Supercritical fluids extraction, as green extraction techniques, has been widely applied for extraction of high–value metabolites from algae. Here, the highlight of supercritical CO2 and subcritical water on the extraction of bioactive compounds from macro– and microalgae was presented. The perspective and challenge for using supercritical CO2 and subcritical water on the algae extraction were also concluded.

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Siti Machmudah

Department of Chemical Engineering, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Kampus ITS Sukolilo, Surabaya 60111, Indonesia

Wahyu Diono

Department of Materials Process Engineering, Nagoya University, Furo–cho, Chikusa–ku, Nagoya 464–8603, Japan

Hideki Kanda

Department of Materials Process Engineering, Nagoya University, Furo–cho, Chikusa–ku, Nagoya 464–8603, Japan

Motonobu Goto

Department of Materials Process Engineering, Nagoya University, Furo–cho, Chikusa–ku, Nagoya 464–8603, Japan

Published
Vol 22 No 5, Sep 30, 2018
How to Cite
S. Machmudah, W. Diono, H. Kanda, and M. Goto, “Supercritical Fluids Extraction of Valuable Compounds from Algae: Future Perspectives and Challenges”, Eng. J., vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 13-30, Sep. 2018.

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