Paper Title:
Significance, Analysis and Potential of Utilization of Extractives from Wood: Different Aspects and Examples
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79-106
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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.599.79
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E. Windeisen, G. Wegener, "Significance, Analysis and Potential of Utilization of Extractives from Wood: Different Aspects and Examples", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 599, pp. 79-106, 2009
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