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Effect of extreme conditions on the mechanical properties of wood fiber-polystyrene composites. I. Chemithermo-mechanical pulp as reinforcing filler



Effect of extreme conditions on the mechanical properties of wood fiber-polystyrene composites. I. Chemithermo-mechanical pulp as reinforcing filler



Drevarsky Vyskum ( 125): 1-39



Composites were prepared between high-heat-crystal or high-impact polystyrene (untreated and treated with 3% poly(methylene(polyphenyl isocyanate)) - PMPPIC) and untreated fibres (chemithermomechanical pulp - CTMP) of Populus tremuloides, fibres coated with 10% polystyrene + 8% PMPPIC or fibres grafted with polystyrene. CTMP comprised 5-35% of the composites by weight.

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