A perishable substance is preserved by removing water using a freeze drier, which increases its shelf life and/or makes it easier to transport.
Freeze-dryers are regularly designed with four basic components: a drying chamber, a vacuum pump, a heat source, and a condenser
A totally frozen sample is placed under a vacuum to eliminate any remaining water or other solvents, allowing the ice to transition directly from a solid to a vapor without first going through a liquid phase. This procedure is known as freeze drying.
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