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We have a wood extract from Red Sanders which dissolves in alcohol.How to...

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Default We have a wood extract from Red Sanders which dissolves in alcohol.How to...



...make this fully water soluble? When we extract with water output is small. Extraction with alcohol gives more output. we want to make the whole extract water soluble. Pl advise.
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