Fungicidal and insecticidal properties of naphthenic acids and metal naphthenates as active agents in wood preservatives

Scholles, W.

Holz Als Roh U Werkstoff 15: 128-137

1957


Accession: 024724830

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Abstract
Naphthenic acids and metal naphthenates (esp. of Cu and Zn) are poor fungicides. Toxic doses of naphthenates to termite (50 kg./cu. m. and more) are so high that these compds. are vitually of no use as wood-preserving agents. The fungicidal and insecticidal properties of metal naphthenates are compared with effective preservatives, e.g. low-chlorinated naphthalene and pentachlorophenol.