Why Are Some Still Using Methylene Chloride to Extract Caffeine?

Methylene chloride, also known as dichloromethane, is a solvent that, compared to water, can do a better job at dissolving certain substances such as grease, paint and caffeine. The so-called non polar solvent is mass-produced. It's used by the fracking and plastic industry and in the production of HFC-32, a widely used replacement for CFCs... Continue Reading →

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