volume 54, issue 1, P63-74 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280540112
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Abstract: Abstract Samples of Pinus pinaster were treated with NaOH solutions to obtain both a phenolic extract and a solid residue suitable for processing into different marketable end‐products. The experiments performed in the study of the alkaline extraction followed an incomplete factorial design. The independent variables considered and their variation ranges were: liquor/bark ratio (5.25–12.73), temperature (100–130°C) and NaOH concentration (1–3% w/v). The effect of these variables on the residue yield, the ligni…

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