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Incorporation of animal manures as reinforcing fillers in high-density polyethylene and high-density polypropylene compositesAuthor(s): Roger M. Rowell; Eric O'Neill; Andrzej Krzysik; David Bossmasn; Dale F. Gallaway; Monte Hemenover
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CitationRowell, Roger M.; O'Neill, Eric; Krzysik, Andrzej; Bossmasn, David; Gallaway, Dale F.; Hemenover, Monte. 2007. Incorporation of animal manures as reinforcing fillers in high-density polyethylene and high-density polypropylene composites. In: Stark, Nicole M., Ed. Proceedings of Ninth International Conference on wood & biofiber plastic composites. 2007 May 21-23; Madison, WI. Madison, WI: Forest Products Society: 7224: 371-374. ISBN: 1892529505: 9781892529503.
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