We collected information of the most representative phenolic compounds (flavonoids, stilbenes, quinones and tannins) found in wood, responsible for resistance of .
In this work the partition behavior of phenols using ethanol-salt-based aqueous two phase systems (ATPS) was evaluated. The aim was the recovery of phenolic .
tannins, flavonoids, and phloroglucinol derivative (Boulekbache-Makhlouf et al. 2013). Many of these compounds have therapeutic properties and are known for .
Aqueous two‐phase systems for the extraction of phenolic compounds from eucalyptus (Eucalyptus globulus) wood industrial wastes.
Among the steps involved in its production, natural aging in wood containers for a certain period of time can lead to alterations in the chemical composition, aroma, .
Changes in the physicochemical composition of wine vinegars produced by submerged culture system and aged in wood were followed. Five Sherry wine .
Some LMW phenolic compounds like protocatechuic acid and aldehyde, hydroxytyrosol and tyrosol, were unlike to those for oak wood, while ellagic and gallic .
The phenols in beech (), birch () and ash () wood dusts were compared using a mass . Phenolic compounds were identified by comparing mass spectra and .