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    A main route for the efficient utilization of wood resources is to reduce wood to small pieces and then bond them together (Frihart and Hunt 2010). Although humankind has been bonding wood since early Egyptian civilizations, the quality and quantity of bonded wood products has increased dramatically over the past 100 years with the development of new adhesives and wood products.

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    Frihart, Charles R. 2011. Wood adhesives: vital for producing most wood products. Forest Products Journal. 61(1): 4-12.


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