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The participation of such substrates in direct cross-linking reactions seems, for steric reasons, also to be doubtful. Accordingly any explanation must center upon their relatively high concentrations in the liquor( s) and the hypothesis that under such conditions the equilibrium between phenolic compound and PRPs is driven towards the intermolecular complex. Coating of the surface (either wholly or partially) of the PRPs would lead to a relatively hydrophobic phenolic layer. In turn this would lead to aggregation and to the release of solvent (water) to the bulk medium.
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