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Nº. 81.Obtaining tannic acid from the leaves of Sumac (Rhus Coriaria L.).


Nº. 81.Obtaining tannic acid from the leaves of Sumac (Rhus Coriaria L.).
Nº. 81.Obtaining tannic acid from the leaves of Sumac (Rhus Coriaria L.).

Angel Yague Gil

Affiliation: Sección Laboratorio General de Química forestal del Grupo de Productos forestales del IFIE.

Biography: Químico Colaborador del IFIE

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Angel Yague Gil

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Publication year: 1970

Language: Spanish

Subjects: Forestry

Collection: IFIE Publications, Comunicaciones IFIE (2ª Serie)

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In some Spanish provinces, mainly those of Albacete, Guadalajara and Cuenca, it has been usual to use the leaves of sumac, Rhus Coraria.L., To obtain tanning extracts. But given the competition to which this market is currently subjected by other tanning agents of various origins, the demand for sheet was constantly decreasing.

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Physical Description : 41 pp. 28,5 x 20,5 ; il.

Publication: Madrid : Forestry Research and Experiences Institute (IFIE), 1970

Reference INIA: COIFIE2ª81

Other data of interest: Copyright status: copyrighted Copyright notice: © INIA All rights reserved by the legislation on Intellectual Property. Neither all nor part of this book, including the cover design, may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any way by electronic, chemical, optical, computer, recording or photocopying means, without prior written permission from the editorial.

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