Rubber Solution Adhesives for Wood-to-Wood Bonding

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Rubber Solution Adhesives for Wood-to-Wood Bonding

Show simple item record Rani, Joseph 2008-09-06T05:28:11Z 2008-09-06T05:28:11Z 1997-10-22
dc.identifier.other Journal of Applied Polymer Science , Vol. 68, 1185-1189 (1998)
dc.description.abstract Rubber solutions were prepared and used for bonding wood pieces. The effect of the variation of chlorinated natural rubber (CNR) and phenolformaldehyde (PF) resin in the adhesive solutions on lap shear strength was determined. Natural rubber and neoprene-based adhesive solutions were compared for their lap shear strength. The storage stability of the adhesive prepared was determined. The change in lap shear strength before and after being placed in cold water, hot water, acid, and alkali was tested. The bonding character of these adhesives was compared with different commercially available solution adhesives. The room-temperature aging resistance of wood joints was also determined. In all the studies, the adhesive prepared in the laboratory was found to be superior compared to the commercial adhesives. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc. en_US
dc.subject wood-to-wood bonding en_US
dc.subject water resistance en_US
dc.subject lap shear strength en_US
dc.subject solution adhesives en_US
dc.title Rubber Solution Adhesives for Wood-to-Wood Bonding en_US
dc.type Working Paper en_US

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