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Investigation of wood modification by polyalkylhydride siloxanes


, : Investigation of wood modification by polyalkylhydride siloxanes. Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Lesnoi Zhurnal (2): 75-78

Studies were made on polyethylhydride-siloxane (1), and polymethylhydride-siloxane (2), with various hardening catalysts, in order to determine their suitability for modifying wood in mild conditions by surface impregnation. Scots pine sawdust (0.25 mm) was treated with the compounds in a solution of carbon tetrachloride at 60 degrees C in a one-stage or two-stage process. Data are presented on the reduction of water absorption, and electron micrographs are presented and discussed.


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