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A study on the chemical composition of liquid smokes from ash wood


Roczniki Instytutu Przemysu Miesnego i Tuszczowego 35(1): 151-161
A study on the chemical composition of liquid smokes from ash wood
Two different liquid smokes obtain from ash wood tar were the subject of research. Liquid smoke A was obtain by extraction method under Polish Patent no. 49216 and liquid smoke B by distillation method under Polish Patent no. 122947. Qualitative and quantitative characterization of both the liquid smokes were done.

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