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Soil-block and agar-block techniques for evaluation of oil-type wood preservatives : creosote, copper naphthenate, and pentachlorophenol Public Deposited

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  • A laboratory method for evaluating wood preservatives should provide in a comparatively short time an integrated measure of the relative permanence and fungus-inhibiting capacity of a product. There is as yet no generally acceptable laboratory method of this type. Systematic service records serve to bolster the reputation of established preservatives. Accelerated field tests provide a basis for recognizing new preservatives. However, if it were not for basic technical information, supplied through laboratory experiments, changes in specifications which night further improve such preservatives are delayed. Furthermore, the development of new and promising preservative materials is retarded if evaluation must depend entirely on years of service. Such retardation complicates the consumer's problem of procuring suitable substitute preservatives when material shortages arise during emergencies.
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