Reactions of extractives – oxygen-alkali delignification Extractives comprise an extraordinarily large number of diverse substances (i.e., several thousand individual compounds), mainly with low molecular masses.1 By a broad definition, these extractives are either soluble in neutral organic solvents or water. Thus, these substances may be both lipophilic and hydrophilic and are regarded as nonstructural wood
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