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Title: Wood preservation

Author: Archer, Kevin; Lebow, Stan

Date: 2006

Source: Primary wood processing : principles and practice. Dordrecht : Springer, c2006: ISBN: 1402043929: 9781402043925: pages 297-338.

Publication Series: Not categorized

Description: Wood preservation can be interpreted to mean protection from fire, chemical degradation, mechanical wear, weathering, as well as biological attack. In this chapter, the term preservation is applied more restrictively to protection from biological hazards.

Keywords: Insect pests, wood-decaying fungi, service life, wood preservation, wood preservatives, biodegradation, buildings materials, preservation, preservatives, review article

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Archer, Kevin; Lebow, Stan 2006. Wood preservation. Primary wood processing : principles and practice. Dordrecht : Springer, c2006: ISBN: 1402043929: 9781402043925: pages 297-338.

 


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