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Wood of Norway spruce damaged by air pollution, and its modification with polystyrene



Wood of Norway spruce damaged by air pollution, and its modification with polystyrene



Holztechnologie 30(4): 210-213, 224



Wood of Norway spruce from trees damaged by air pollution was divided into two classes: (A) without visual evidence of rot or woodstaining fungi; and (B) visibly affected by fungi. Samples were impregnated with styrene, polymerized (Lignomer), and examined with by SEM. The physical and mechanical properties of the modified wood were better for (B) than for (A).

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