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Composites of the wood particles, melamine-phormol resin and polyethylene: behaviour of the physical properties of the new agglomerate



Composites of the wood particles, melamine-phormol resin and polyethylene: behaviour of the physical properties of the new agglomerate



Revista Universidade Rural Serie Ciencias Exatas e da Terra 21(2): 69-76



This paper describes the production of new polymeric composite made with pine (Pinus) wood flakes, melamine resin and polyethylene (PE) particles. Due to its properties, polyethylene will act as load and adhesive. In this study, it was observed that the presence of PE affects the physical properties of the new composite. The increase in the percentage of PE in the blend will decrease the absorption of water, but will also affect the mechanical properties.

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