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Global Research Overview.

ADHESIVES AND ADHESION

Monitoring of adhesive-layer curving in Wood-based material using microwaves. T. Soma, et al. 2002. Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 48(1):7. (Japanese, English abstract)

Effects of wood preservatives on adhesive properties. Part II. Curing reaction of resorcinol-formaldehyde resin with Cu. J. Miyazaki and T. Nakano. 2002. Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 48(3): 178. (Japanese, English abstract)

Effects of wood preservatives on adhesive properties. Part III. Curing of aqueous vinyl polymer solution-isocyanate adhhesive with preservatives. J. Miyazaki and T. Nakano. 2002. Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 48(3):181. (Japanese, English abstract)

Influence of the melamine content in melamine-urea-formaldehyde resins on formaldehyde emission and cured resin structure. S. Tohmura, et al. 2001. Journal of Wood Science 47(6):451. (English)

Effect of polyol on thermo-oxidative degradation of isocyanate resin for wood adhesives. K. Umemura and S. Kawai. 2002. Journal of Wood Science 48(1):25. (English)

Synthesis of water soluable low-molecular weight phenol-formaldehyde resin. 1. Li et al. 2001. China Wood Industry 15(4):19. (Chinese, English abstract)

Viscoelastic properties of liquefied wood/epoxy resin and its bond strength. M. Kobayashi, et al. 2001. Holzforschung 55(6):667. (English)

Using UV-microscopy to study diffusion of melamine-urea-formaldehyde resin in cell walls of spruce wood. W. Gindl, et al. 2002. Holzforschung 56(1):103. (English)

Examination of the penetration of polymeric methylene di-phenyl-di-isocyanate (pMDI) into wood structure using chemical-state x-ray microscopy. C.J. Buckley, et al. 2002. Holzforschung 56(2):215. (English)

UF/pMDI wood adhesives: Networks blend versus copolymerization. C. Simon, et al. 2002. Holzforschung 56(3):327. (English)

The effect of wood extractive content on glue adhesion and surface wettaility of wood. R.M. Nussbaum and M. Sterley. 2002. Wood and Fiber Science 34(1):57. (English)

CHEMISTRY AND CHEMICAL MODIFICATION

Decontamination of synthetic solutions containing heavy metals using chemically modified sawdusts bearing polyacrylic acid chains. M. Geay, et al. 2000. Journal of Wood Science 46(4):331. (English)

Reactivity of green tea catechins with formaldehyde. A. Takagaki, et al. 2000.

Journal of Wood Science 46(4):334. (English)

Individual variation in low boiling point monoterpenes emitted from hinoki (Chamaecyparis obtusa) needles. S. Katoh and T. Furuno. 2000. Journal of Wood Science 46(5):381. (English)

Changes of crystallinity in wood cellulose by heat treatment under dried and moist conditions. M.T.R. Bhuiyan, et al. 2000. Journal of Wood Science 46(6):431. (English)

Compounding and application of paraffin emulsion for pencil slats. X.-X. Ni and N. Yin. 2001. China Wood Industry 15(4):22. (Chinese, English abstract)

Effect of catalyst on the cross-linking of formaldehyde vapor with cellulose model compounds. Y-H. Hu and S.-H. Wu. 2001. China Wood Industry 15(5):17. (Chinese, English abstract)

Plastication of melamine-formaldehyde resin with butylglycol monoether. Z.-M. Liu, et al. 2001. China Wood Industry 15(6):27. (Chinese, English abstract)

The efficacy of heartwood extracts of Afzeila africana and Erythrophleum suaveolens as wood preservative. E.O. Onuorah. 2001. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India XLVII (1-2):10. (English)

Natural durability of commercially important timbers and efficacy of preservatives on land. Part A. R.P. Indradev and K.S. Chauhan. 2001. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India XLVII (1-2):27. (English)

Natural durability of commercially important timbers and efficacy of preservatives on land at Chakrata. R.P. Indradev, et al. 2001. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India XLVII(3-4):14. (English)

Effects of high temperature and high pressure alkaline pretreatments for the production of high strength resin-impregnated compressed wood. H. Yano, et al. 2001. Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 47(4):337. (Japanese, English abstract)

Antifungal activity of the bark of Cryptomeria japonica and its relevant components. H. Kofujita, et al. 2001. Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 47(6):473. (Japanese, English abstract)

Terpenoids of the wood oil of sugi (Cryptomeria japonica). Part VII. Components of elite clones Minamatasho-4, and five others. S. Nagahama, et al. 2001. Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 47(6):487. (Japanese, English abstract)

Rapid extracellular enzyme assays for screening potential antisapstain biological control agents. B.J. McAfee, et al. 2001. Wood and Fiber Science 33(4):648. (English)

A microwave-assisted extraction method for determining hot water solubility of wood. L.-S. Kuo, et al. 2001. Wood and Fiber Science 34(1):72. (English)

Thermomechanical pulping of loblolly pine juvenile wood. G.C. Myers. 2001. Wood and Fiber Science 34(1):108. (English)

Comparative study of acetylation of rice straw fiber with or without catalysts. X.F. Sun and R.C. Sun. 2001. Wood and Fiber Science 34(2):306. (English)

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