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Phytochemical extraction from plants?

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Default Phytochemical extraction from plants?



Here have many types of organic and inorganic solvents i.e., methanol, chlorofrom, hexane etc. I want to know, which type of solvent is responsible for a perticular types of plant phytochemical extractions ?
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