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The interactions between colloidal wood pitch and various commercially available mineral particles were assessed. The experiments were conducted by adding PCC, GCC, kaolin, and bentonite particles to laboratory-made pitch emulsions, and the mixtures were analyzed using flow cytometry. The results showed that most of the tested minerals were quite hydrophilic. The hydrophobicity of the mineral particles increased significantly in the presence of colloidal pitch, which showed that interactionsdoi:10.15376/biores.8.3.3884-3900 fatcat:ad4oquvr25ef5hcmkn6lzf6uji