Furuya method liquid extractor
This apparatus is for extracting dissolved organic substances from liquid. For example, in Pharmacy, collecting drugs from medicated mouse urine, in food science, extracting flavor component from naural products, in environment science, extracting hazardous substances from drainage.
- Pour sample into center container up to a bit under the tip of center tube.
- Put solvent (usually ether) into the bottom flask. Heat up solvent to change vapor and condense it.
- Condensed liquid solvent come out from bottom nozzle of center container, then it goes through up to extract organic substance from the sample. Extracted liquid overflows back to flask.
- You can get target substance after distilled off solvent.