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Curing behaviour and bonding properties of thermosetting resin adhesives III. Effect of resin composition on the curing behaviour of phenol-melamine-formaldehyde resin adhesives



Curing behaviour and bonding properties of thermosetting resin adhesives III. Effect of resin composition on the curing behaviour of phenol-melamine-formaldehyde resin adhesives



Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 35(4): 320-327



A study was made of the effects of the molar ratio of phenol to melamine, formaldehyde to melamine and formaldehyde to phenol and of precondensation at pH 8.5 on the curing behaviour and bond durability of phenol melamine formaldehyde (PMF) resins. Under acidic conditions, regardless of the molar ratios of the constituents, the cure of PMF occurred in 2 stages: a rapid first stage in which the condensation of melamine was dominant and a slower second stage when phenol was immobilized.

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