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How to Determine Polyetheylene Glycol 1,000 Content in Treated Wood

An experimental technique using water extraction for evaluation of the content of ployethylene glycol of molecular weight 1,000 in wood where the ovendry weight of the untreated wood is not available was shown to be applicable for PEG-treated black oak and yellow-poplar. 1975
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How to Determine Polyetheylene Glycol 1,000 Content in Treated Wood   (1975)

An experimental technique using water extraction for evaluation of the content of ployethylene glycol of molecular weight 1,000 in wood where the ovendry weight of the untreated wood is not available was shown to be applicable for PEG-treated black oak and yellow-poplar.

Author: Rosen, Howard N.


Source: Research Note NC-191. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station

Citation: Rosen, Howard N.  1975.  How to Determine Polyetheylene Glycol 1,000 Content in Treated Wood  Research Note NC-191. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.
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