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Condensed tannin-resorcinol adducts in laminating adhesivesAuthor(s): Richard W. Hemingway; Roland E. Kreibich
Source: Forest Products Journal 35(3):23-25
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionA condensed tannin-resorcinol adduct made by co-reaction of an extract from southern pine bark with resorcinol at a 2 to 1 weight ratio was used to prepare a laminating resin in which the entire amount of resorcinol normally used was replaced by this adduct. The resin was formulated into a room temperature setting adhesive that meets the basic criteria of product standards governing approval by the American Institute of Timber Construction.
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CitationHemingway, Richard W.; Kreibich, Roland E. 1985. Condensed tannin-resorcinol adducts in laminating adhesives. Forest Products Journal 35(3):23-25
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