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Effect of ethanol concentration on the efficiency of extraction of ginseng saponins when using a microwave-assisted process (MAPTM)



Effect of ethanol concentration on the efficiency of extraction of ginseng saponins when using a microwave-assisted process (MAPTM)



International Journal of Food Science and Technology 38(5): 615-622



This research determined the effect of ethanol concentration (vol.%) on the extraction of saponins from ginseng using a microwave-assisted process (MAPTM) at different powers under atmospheric pressure conditions. The optimized particle size of ginseng roots and mass-to-solvent volume ratio were 60 mesh and 1:10 (g mL-1), respectively.

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