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furfural extraction[′fər·fə‚ral ik′strak·shən]
Process for the refining of lubricating oils and other organic materials by contact with furfural.
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It is important tonote that furfural extraction from cross-cut exposed wood was complete after about two weeks, while vanillin continued increasing through the fifth week and was also extracted into the second solution.
Caption: Figure 2: Time course of furfural extraction from cross-cut and parallel-exposed wood (Experiment I).