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 Celite - Send through celite first and last Celite - Send through celite first and last
 +-I’ve run -70 through T-41 and T-5 and the T-41 seemed to not do much at all. The T-5 was super slow so slow. At the same temp carbon over celite was better and faster then both T-41 and T-5.
 +-Celite 545 is not Silica 60 they are very different products. Silica 60 is an adsorbent Celite is just a bulk filter aid (depth filter) with no affinity itself for any molecules.
  
 Neutral Bentonite (T5) Neutral Bentonite (T5)
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 https://​journals.sagepub.com/​doi/​full/​10.1177/​0263617417722252#​ 12 https://​journals.sagepub.com/​doi/​full/​10.1177/​0263617417722252#​ 12
 In the results sections they say how the anthocyanin removal by bentonite clay was most effective at HIGH contact time, and LOW temperatures. This makes sense with what we have seen with the low temperature bentonite in ethanol solution soaks. Increasing the amount of the bentonite did help as well, but was not as important a factor as the contact time and low temperatures. In the results sections they say how the anthocyanin removal by bentonite clay was most effective at HIGH contact time, and LOW temperatures. This makes sense with what we have seen with the low temperature bentonite in ethanol solution soaks. Increasing the amount of the bentonite did help as well, but was not as important a factor as the contact time and low temperatures.
 +- T-5 does appear to be pulling out some browns, and I theorize oranges since I’m not seeing those after the use of carbon, but t-5 alone does not remediate greens at all, carbon removes all of that.
  
  
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 EHO color success has been upstream doing extractions at -60c to -80c, chilling solvents and biomass prior to combination and extraction and maintaining those cryo conditions. ​ EHO color success has been upstream doing extractions at -60c to -80c, chilling solvents and biomass prior to combination and extraction and maintaining those cryo conditions. ​
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