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2011 | 32 | 4 | 379-389
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Anti-solvent sonocrystallisation of lactose

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The present work deals with ultrasound assisted crystallisation of lactose from lactose solution. The crystallisation of lactose was completed rapidly by applying the ultrasound waves in the presence of an anti-solvent (n-propanol), at the room temperature (30±3°C). The yield of lactose was found to be more than 85% (w/w) in 4 minutes of sonication. The spread of the crystal size distribution was found to decrease with increase in sonication time.
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32
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4
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379-389
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1 - 12 - 2011
online
15 - 2 - 2012
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