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Viscosity of extracts from Pinus radiata bark

, : Viscosity of extracts from Pinus radiata bark. Holzforschung 38(2): 79-84

The viscosities of solutions of extracts from the bark of radiata pine and their fractions were investigated over a range of temp., pH and solids concn. The solutions of the extracts and their fractions were non-Newtonian liquids and showed a pseudoplastic flow; thixotropic or hysteresis flow characteristics also appeared. The appearance of the thixotropic and hysteresis flows appeared to be correlated with the existence of particles and their dispersion and aggregation in the liquids.

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Accession: 001507871

DOI: 10.1515/hfsg.1984.38.2.79

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