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Vacuum drying evaporates liquid from a solution or mixture under vacuum pressure. Freeze drying is one example of vacuum drying. One advantage of using vacuum drying is that drying can be accomplished at a lower temperature than is required at atmosphere pressure.
Vacuum drying is ideal for materials that would be damaged or changed if exposed to high temperatures or where a solvent must be recovered or where materials must be dried to very low levels of moisture. Vacuum drying safely removes moisture while preventing the oxidation or explosions that can occur when certain materials combine with air.
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