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Adhesives from Renewable Resources by Richard W. Hemingway

By Richard W. Hemingway

content material: Adhesives from renewable assets : old point of view and wooden wishes / Alan L. Lambuth --
Lignin in adhesives : advent and historic standpoint / Norman G. Lewis and Thomas R. Lantzy --
look for lignin condensation reactions with glossy NMR recommendations / Lawrence L. Landucci --
Cross-linking suggestions for lignins / Wolfgang G. Glasser --
amendment of lignins to be used in phenolic resins / G. Graham Allan, Jon A. Dalan, and Norman C. Foster --
Adhesive feedstocks from lignin : mechanistic reports at the oxidative-cleavage response of a few lignin version compounds / Tor P. Schultz, Thomas H. Fisher, and Stephen M. Dershem --
Soda bagasse lignin adhesives for particleboard : initial effects / Antonio Pizzi, Flora-Ann Cameron, and Gerrit H. van der Klashorst --
results of phenol-formaldehyde copolymer on gluebond functionality of lignin-phenolic resin structures / Chung-Yun Hse and QiQing Hong --
sturdy wooden adhesives from kraft lignin / Robert H. Gillespie --
Room-temperature curing adhesives in accordance with lignin and phenoloxidases / Annegret Haars, Alireza Kharazipour, Helmut Zanker, and Aloys Huttermann --
Biomass pyrolysis oil feedstocks for phenolic adhesives / Helena friend, James Diebold, John Scahill, David Johnson, Stuart Black, Herbert Schroeder, and Roland E. Kreibich --
Condensed tannins in adhesives : advent and ancient views / Herbert L. Hergert --
Viscosity and formaldehyde intake of procyanidin recommendations / Lawrence J. Porter --
Reactions of tannin version compounds with methylolphenols / G. Wayne McGraw, Seiji Ohara, and Richard W. Hemingway --
Tannin-based adhesives for finger-jointing wooden / Roland E. Kreibich and Richard W. Hemingway --
Activation of a few condensed tannins through facile ring isomerizations : power adhesive functions / David G. Roux --
amendment of diisocyanate-based particleboard and plywood glues with common polymers : polyphenols, carbohydrates, and proteins / Brigette Dix and Rainer Marutzky --
Condensed tannins as substitutes for resorcinol in bonding polyester and nylon wire to rubber / Gary R. Hamed, Kyung H. Chung, and Richard W. Hemingway --
examine vs. business perform with tannin-based adhesives / Antonio Pizzi --
Cellulosic adhesives : advent and old standpoint / Anthony H. Conner --
Cellulosic adhesives / David N.-S. Hon --
usage of soda bagasse hemicellulose as corrugated board adhesive / Gerrit H. van der Klashorst --
Starch- and dextrin-based adhesives / Harry M. Kennedy --
Cellulose graft copolymers for strength adhesive functions : bonding of plastics to wooden / Ramani Narayan, Christopher J. Biermann, Michael O. Hunt, and David P. Horn --
Carbohydrate-modified phenol-formaldehyde resins formulated at impartial stipulations / Anthony H. Conner, Linda F. Lorenz, and Bryan H. River --
A glucose, urea, and phenol-based adhesive for bonding wooden / Alfred W. Christiansen --
Fast-curing carbohydrate-based adhesives / Joseph J. Karchesy, Randy J. Clark, Richard F. Helm, Vahid Ghodoussi, and Robert L. Krahmer --
Thermosetting adhesive resins from whey and whey byproducts / Tito Viswanathan --
Chemistry of furan polymers / William J. McKillip --
Polyurethanes from renewable assets / John L. Stanford, Richard H. nonetheless, John L. Cawse, and Michael J. Donnelly --
Blood and casein adhesives for bonding wooden / William D. Detlefsen --
improvement of a microbial method for construction of mussel adhesive protein / Robert L. Strausberg, David M. Anderson, David Filpula, Malcolm Finkelman, Rebecca hyperlink, Russell McCandliss, Steve A. Orndorff, Susan L. Strausberg, and Tena Wei --
Adhesives from marine mussels / Christine V. Benedict and Paul T. Picciano --
possibilities for destiny improvement of adhesives from renewable assets / Richard W. Hemingway and Anthony H. Conner.

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H. : New York, 1983; Chapter 5. 15. Van der Klashorst, G. ; Strauss, H. F. Holzforschung 1986, 4 0 , 375; J. Poly. Sci. 1986, A 24, 2143. 16. Landucci, L. ; Geddes, S. ; Kirk, T. K. Holzforschung 1981, 3 5 , 66. 17. ; Young, R. A. Holzforschung 1981, 3 5 , 39. 18. Shaka, A. ; Freeman, R. J. Magn. Reson. 1983, 5 3 , 313. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1989. ADHESIVES F R O M RENEWABLE RESOURCES 42 19. Nimz, H. ; Ludeman, H. D. Holzforschung 1976, 30, 33. 20. Doddrel, D.

B y the use of a C-label, it was established that formaldehyde liberated from a lignin model ultimately resulted in methylene bridges between lignin aryl units. Formaldehyde liberation from lignin and model compounds, by reverse-aldol reaction, also resulted in the formation of vinyl ether structures. W i t h modern N M R techniques, it was demonstrated that alkaline treatment of milled-wood lignin at 140 ° C resulted in the formation of vinyl ether structures, whereas, after 50 ° C treatments, no vinyl ether was detected.

Sci.. 1985, 30, 3809-3823. 6. Rials, T . ; Glasser, W . G. Holzforschung 1986, 40, 353-360. 7. Gillham, J. K . In Structural Adhesives. A . J. Kinloch, E d . ; Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, 1986, pp. 1-27. 8. Flory, P. J. Principles of Polymer Chemistry, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, N Y . 1953, 672 p. 9. Paul, D . R. In Polymer Blends and Mixtures; D . J . Walsh, J . S. Higgins, and A . , Series E: Appl. Sciences No. 89, 1985 Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, pp. 1-24. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1989.

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