Development and evaluation of new curing agents derived from glycerol for formaldehyde-free soy-based adhesives in wood composites Public Deposited

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  • Abstract: Three novel curing agents ( I , II , and III) were synthesized from epichlorohydrin and ammonium hydroxide. The combinations of soy flour (SF) with one of the curing agents (SF- I , SF- II , and SF- III ) were investigated as adhesives for making interior plywood. Water resistance tests showed that plywood panels bonded with SF- I and SF-III adhesives met the requirements of interior plywood, whereas those bonded with SF- II did not. The modulus of rupture, modulus of elasticity, and internal bond strength of particleboard panels bonded with the SF- II adhesive all exceeded the corresponding minimum industrial requirements for M-2 grade particleboard.
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  • Huang, J., Gu, K., & Li, K. (2013). Development and evaluation of new curing agents derived from glycerol for formaldehyde-free soy-based adhesives in wood composites. Holzforschung, 67(6), 659-665. doi:10.1515/hf-2012-0102
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