extractives


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ex·trac·tives

(eks-trak'tivz),
Substances present in vegetable or animal tissue that can be separated by successive treatment with solvents and recovered by evaporation of the solution.

ex·trac·tives

(ek-strak'tivz)
Substances present in vegetable or animal tissue that can be separated by successive treatment with solvents and recovered by evaporation of the solution.
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Extractive industries is one of the most important sectors in the economy of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and as such should be able to help fighting poverty.
Fortunately for resource-rich African countries, there is a degree of international political momentum behind attempts to improve tax transparency and clean up the extractives industry.
Lighter, straw-colored heartwood often contains more extractives and is more resistant to decay than brown heartwood (MacLean and Gardner 1956).
They also discussed solutions to enhance local companies' competitiveness and increase their role in the supply chains of larger firms in Ghana's extractives industry.
Sarah Jibril spoke of the “urgent need” to strengthen regulations and increase enforcement of existing laws to minimize corruption in Africa's extractives.
EITI compliance means that the country has an effective process for annual disclosure and reconciliation of all revenues from its extractives sector, allowing citizens to see how much their country receives from its oil, gas and mining companies.
In the wood of most species, extractives are most highly concentrated in knots, which are remnants of branches.
Also, the F extractives are not evenly distributed across the board so that the color occurs in uneven streaks.
Balanced coverage of theory and applications includes: the analysis of straw structure and its components; extractives, from isolation to structural characterization; isolation, modification, and purification of hemicelluloses; the occurrence, structure, and chemical modification of cellulose; straw lignins, including their occurrence, structure and constitution, isolation and heterogeneity, and physico-chemical properties; and utilization of straw and straw components after chemical modification.
Recently, inquiries about the use of SYP bark as a source of extractives have increased.
Calvert Continues to Press for Disclosure of Material Information for Extractives Investors; Era of Dwindling Resources Make Tax, Reputational and Other Risks Even Greater Concerns.
Application: Mills can use this rapid separation procedure to control pitch problems by removing wood or straw extractives before pulping.