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    Author(s): Joseph E. Jakes; Donald S. Stone; Charles R. Frihart
    Date: 2007
    Source: Proceedings : 30th annual meeting of the Adhesion Society, Inc. : February 18-21, 2007, Tampa Bay, FL. [S.l. : s.n.], c2007: pages 15-17.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    The purpose of this work was to test some of the assumptions underlying methods currently employed to investigate nanoindentation properties of wood. We examined whether hardness and modulus depend on load. We employed a surface preparation technique that minimizes alterations of cell wall properties. Areas were determined using both (a) Oliver-Pharr method and (b) a calibrated atomic force microscope (AFM).

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    Jakes, Joseph E.; Stone, Donald S.; Frihart, Charles R. 2007. Nanoindentation size effects in wood. Proceedings : 30th annual meeting of the Adhesion Society, Inc. : February 18-21, 2007, Tampa Bay, FL. [S.l. : s.n.], c2007: pages 15-17.

    Keywords

    Urea-formaldehyde resins, testing, polyurethanes, plant cell walls, nanostructured materials, microstructure, nanotechnology, adhesion, adhesives, nanoindentation, resorcinol glues, polyvinyl acetate, melamine, durability, wood bonding, bonding, penetration

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