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Page 1 - Wisconsin. -Underlined numbers in parentheses refer to Literature Cited at the end of this report.
Page 61 - Maintained at Madison, Wis., in co-operation with the University of Wisconsin. * Numbers in parentheses refer to Literature Cited. poration in a standard test. One of them, employing what has been called the "weathering wheel," offered considerable promise and was tried rather extensively at this Laboratory.
Page 54 - Mention of a chemical in this chapter does not constitute a recommendation; only those chemicals registered by the US Environmental Protection Agency may be recommended, and then only for uses as prescribed in the registration and in the manner and at the concentration prescribed. The list of registered chemicals varies from time to time; prospective users, therefore, should get current information on registration status from the Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC cleanliness, odor,...
Page 14 - Copper-Chrome-Arsenate Wood Preservatives: A Study of the Influence of Composition on Leachability", Forest Products Journal, Vol.
Page 23 - Bain, R., 1972. The Mechanical Properties of Single Wood-Pulp Fibres. Part 1 : A New Approach.
Page 2 - A Guide to Airborne, Impact, and Structureborne Noise Control in Multifamily Dwellings,
Page 60 - ... Products," Durability of Building Materials and Components. ASTM STP 691. PJ Sereda and GG Litvan, Eds., American Society for Testing and Materials, 1980, pp. 981-993. ABSTRACT: A description is given of the source of metal corrosion products that cause wood deterioration around corroding metal in wet wood. Corrosion of isolated steel fasteners in wood and the formation of acid conditions around the corroding steel is explained in terms of "crevice corrosion.