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A preliminary study of the technique of fixating recovery from compressed poplar wood with MF resin


, : A preliminary study of the technique of fixating recovery from compressed poplar wood with MF resin. China Wood Industry 10(4): 18-21

Methods to maximize wood hardness and dimensional stability include chemical modification, compression and heat treatment. In this study, poplar wood (Populus ussuriensis) was treated with different concentrations of a melamine-formaldehyde resin, which was low molecular weight and water-soluble, and then compressed while being heated. The results showed 47% antishrink efficiency.

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