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Variability of suberin composition of reproduction cork from Quercus suber throughout industrial processing



Variability of suberin composition of reproduction cork from Quercus suber throughout industrial processing



Holzforschung 53(1): 56-62



The chemical composition of suberin was studied in cork planks from three different trees of Spanish Quercus suber at four different stages of the industrial processing of first transformation: (a) stripping, (b) first rest, (c1) boiling followed by open air rest and (c2) boiling followed by store-room rest. The monomeric composition was determined by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry in the product of depolymerization of the extractives-free cork with sodium methoxide-methanol.

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DOI: 10.1515/hf.1999.010


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