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Dr. Mohamed Salah Omar :: Publications:

Title:
Improvement of white pine wood properties by impregnation with mixtures of methyl methacrylate and phthalimide monomers, subsequent in situ copolymerization.
Authors: Mahmoud A.A., Eissa A.M.F., Omar M.S., El-Sawy A.A., and Shaaban A.F.
Year: 2003
Keywords: Polymers, Wood, Physical properties
Journal: Pigment & Resin Technology
Volume: 32
Issue: 1
Pages: 24-29.
Publisher: MCB UP Ltd
Local/International: International
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Abstract:

White pine wood was impregnated with a mixture of methyl methacrylate (MMA) and N‐methacryloyloxyphthalimide and by other three mixtures prepared by mixing MMA and N‐methacryloyloxytetrabromo‐phthalimide. Water uptake of treated wood was found to be 54 per cent after water‐soaking test of 168 h and maximum antiswell efficiency was found to be 48 per cent for treated wood samples with non‐brominated comonomer mixture.

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