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Experimental variations in the distribution of CCA preservative in lignin and holocellulose as a function of treating conditions (temperature, concentration, pH, species, and time)



Experimental variations in the distribution of CCA preservative in lignin and holocellulose as a function of treating conditions (temperature, concentration, pH, species, and time)



Holzforschung und Holzverwertung 36(4): 67-77



Distribution and retention of Cu, Cr, and As were studied in tests involving two timber species (wood flour prepared from Pinus radiata or Eucalyptus grandis), 3 treatment temperatures (21, 50, 80 degrees C), 3 CCA sol. concn. (0.018, 2.5, 8.0%), and 4 sol. pH (1.2, 1.8, 2.4, 5.0). Multivariate equations based on the results are presented. Temp. and concn. had the greatest effects on preservative distribution and retention.

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