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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Paul is a vastly experienced extractives executive.
Sur un an, la production des industries extractives a enregistre une baisse de 7,2% au cours du quatrieme trimestre de l'annee 2017.
It was ORGANIZED by the African Legal Support Facility - a public international institution hosted by the African Development Bank - and hosted by Strathmore University's Extractives Industry Centre (SEIC).
Keywords: Wood extractives, thermogravimetric analysis, Liquidambar orientalis, storax wood, thermal degradation, natural fire retardants
In a recent UNU-WIDER interview series on extractives and development Jim Otto, a mineral resources attorney and economist, and Mark Essex, an expert in in the extractives sector, discussed the issues of taxation and investment, and the role they play in the successful management of the extractives sector.
The bark components, either in the form of liquefied bark or alkaline extractives, affected the properties and performance of the resulting bark-based PF resins, such as the molecular structures, curing behavior and curing kinetics, thermal stability, and bond strength compared with a control PF resin (Zhao et al.
Of the world's 229 UNESCO Natural World Heritage sites, as many as 70 are 'currently subject to extractive activity in some form', according to the WWE Such activity is firmly opposed by the World Heritage Committee, who re-affirmed in July 2015 that 'oil exploration or exploitation is incompatible with World Heritage status'.
The extractives was obtained by evaporation at the temperature of 60~70[degrees]C.
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.
The government and some advocacy groups are proposing for a legislative measure that will mandate all entities engaged in extractive industries in the Philippines to divulge key information about their operations, including revenue, tax and royalty.
Sarah Jibril spoke of the “urgent need” to strengthen regulations and increase enforcement of existing laws to minimize corruption in Africa's extractives.
Extractives are thus not a part of the wood substance, nor do they play a major role in the mechanical strength of wood, but rather are additional materials added as a part of the natural aging process of the tree.