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Studies on the wood gluing. IX. Influence of surface aging prior to gluing on wettability and gluability of wood (part 1)



Studies on the wood gluing. IX. Influence of surface aging prior to gluing on wettability and gluability of wood (part 1)



Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Shimane University (5, Separate Issue): 66-70



Describes tests on heartwood veneers of Pinus densiflora, P. thunbergii and Picea jezoensis, the surfaces of which were machined, exposed to the air (though protected from dust and from exposure to light) for different aging periods up to 6 months, and then glued with (a) urea- or (b) resorcinol-formaldehyde resin adhesive, (c) polyvinyl-acetate emulsion adhesive, or (d) casein glue. Some of the glued specimens were heat-treated at 100 deg C and constant moisture content for 24 hours.

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