IMPACTS OF INORGANIC CHEMICALS USED FOR WOOD PROTECTION: A REVIEW
authors Tribulova, T; Kacik, F; Evtuguin, DV
nationality International
journal ACTA FACULTATIS XYLOLOGIAE ZVOLEN
author keywords wood protection; inorganic salts; degradation; chemical composition; mechanical properties
keywords NORWAY SPRUCE WOOD; MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES; FIRE RETARDANTS; TREATED WOOD; PRESERVATIVE TREATMENT; STRENGTH PROPERTIES; SOUTHERN PINE; CELLULOSE; DEGRADATION; CORROSION
abstract Wood and wood products in proper conditions are durable for centuries. However, there are bio-based materials and thus are prone to deterioration by fungi, insects, and other organism. Another undesirable feature of wood products is their flammability. Wood and wood products are protected by treatment with various chemicals for prolong their longevity, however many of them have adverse impact at their properties as well at the environment; e.g. waterborne preservative treatments generally reduce the mechanical properties of wood. This paper compiles important research findings related to both negative and positive impacts of inorganic chemicals on wood for better understanding and comprehension of the chemical aspect of this problem.
publisher TECHNICKA UNIV ZVOLENE
issn 1336-3824
year published 2017
volume 59
issue 2
beginning page 5
ending page 22
digital object identifier (doi) 10.17423/afx.2017.59.2.01
web of science category Materials Science, Paper & Wood
subject category Materials Science
unique article identifier WOS:000417575300001
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