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Influence of extractives on bonding properties of white and southern red oakAuthor(s): Mon-Lin Kuo; Daniel DiCarlo; Chung-Yun Hse
Source: Journal of Adhesion 16:257-278
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionWhite and southern red oak veneer were subjected to four methods of drying followed by five surface treatments. The four drying methods were mill drying at 350°F, laboratory drying at 350 and 212°F, and air drying. The five surface treatments were no treatment, surface scraping, soaking and dipping in 1% NaOH aqueous solution, and water extraction. Plywood panels were prepared by using a phenol-formaldehyde resin.
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CitationKuo, Mon-Lin.; DiCarlo, Daniel; Hse, Chung-Yun. 1984. Influence of extractives on bonding properties of white and southern red oak. Journal of Adhesion 16:257-278
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