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The chemical composition of creosote in Beech and Pine sleepers after different periods of service



The chemical composition of creosote in Beech and Pine sleepers after different periods of service



Material-prufung, Berlin. 6: 12, 461-70



Discusses thin-layer and gas/liquid chromatographic analyses of extracts from pressure-treated sleepers after 2-30 years' service. Creosote contents at comparable depth were ca. twice as high in Beech as in Pine. After 10-15 years, contents were lower near the surface than in the interior.

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