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    Thirteen bonded engineered wood products representing those commonly used in building construction were evaluated for volatile organic chemicals using methods developed for interior bonded wood products. Although formaldehyde and acetaldehyde were emitted from all samples, they were not the dominant volatiles, which greatly depended on wood species and bonding processes.

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    Zylkowski, Steve; Frihart, Charles. 2017. Volatile organic compound emissions from engineered wood products. Research Note. FPL-RN-0350. Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 8 p.


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    Volatile organic compounds, engineered wood products, laboratory testing, commercially bonded products

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