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On the standardization of West European specifications for creosote for impregnation of sleepers and poles



On the standardization of West European specifications for creosote for impregnation of sleepers and poles



Holz als Roh und Werkstoff 36(3): 121-126



Differences in specifications between W. European countries and the USA are indicated, and improvements in the specification of particular properties related to the preservative action of creosote are proposed.

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