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Studies on the potential uses of coconut trunk in the Philippines



Studies on the potential uses of coconut trunk in the Philippines



Science Review 18(1): 12-16



Fibres of the coconut stem were found to be longer than those of most Philippine hardwoods. The fibre should be suitable for pulp and paper making. Activated charcoal of the stem and shell proved superior to commercial decolorizing carbon.

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