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Title Formaldehyde : chemistry, applications, and role in polymerization / Chan Bao Cheng and Feng Hu Lin, editors.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, [2012]

Series Pollution science, technology and abatement.
Chemistry research and applications.
Pollution science, technology, and abatement series.
Chemistry research and applications series.
Subject Formaldehyde.
Alt Name Cheng, Chan Bao, 1969-
Lin, Feng Hu, 1964-
Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Description based on print version record.
Contents FORMALDEHYDE: CHEMISTRY, APPLICATIONS AND ROLE IN POLYMERIZATION; FORMALDEHYDE: CHEMISTRY, APPLICATIONS AND ROLE IN POLYMERIZATION; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; PREFACE; Chapter 1: PROPERTIES OF UREA-FORMALDEHYDE RESINS FOR WOOD-BASED COMPOSITES; ABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. CHEMISTRY OF UF RESINS; 3. PROPERTIES OF UF RESINS; 3.1. General Properties of UF Resins; 3.2. Thermal Curing Behaviors of UF Resins; 3.3. Dynamic Mechanical Properties of UF Resins; 3.4. Hydrolytic Stability of UF Resins with Different F/U Mole Ratios.
3.5. Adhesion Performance of UF Resins4.MORPHOLOGY,MICROSTRUCTURE AND CRYSTALLINESTRUCTURE OF CURED UF RESINS; 4.1. Morphology of Cured UF Resins; 4.2. Chemical Elements in Cured UF Resins; 4.3. Microstructure of Cured UF Resins; 4.4. Crystalline Structure of Cured UF Resins; 5.MODIFICATION OF UF RESINS; 5.1. Formaldehyde Scavengers Modified UF Resins; 5.2. Acrylamide Copolymerization of UF Resins; 5.3. Melamine Modified UF Resins; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; Chapter 2: FORMALDEHYDE EMISSIONSFROM WOOD-BASED PANELS: TESTING METHODSAND INDUSTRIAL PERSPECTIVES; ABSTRACT.
1. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION OF WOOD-BASED PANELS1.1. Manufacture of Particleboard; 1.2. Manufacture of OSB; 1.3. Manufacture of MDF; 1.4. Manufacture of Plywood; 1.5. Market; 1.6. Environmental Impact; 2. CURRENT USE OF FORMALDEHYDE-BASED RESINS; 2.1. Urea-formaldehyde Resins; 2.2. Melamine-formaldehyde Resins; 2.3. Phenol-formaldehyde Resins; 3. FORMALDEHYDE EMISSIONS; 3.1. Causes of Emissions; 3.2. Formaldehyde Analysis; 3.3. Standard Methods for Emission Testing; 3.3.1. Chamber Method; 3.3.2. Gas Analysis Method; 3.3.3. Desiccator Method; 3.3.4. Flask Method.
3.3.5. Perforator Method (Potential Emission)3.3.6. Other Methods; 3.3.7. Formaldehyde Methods Survey; 3.4. INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS; 3.4.1. Formaldehyde Classification; 3.4.2. Occupational Exposure Limits; 3.4.3. Emission Limits for Wood-based Products; 3.5. Correlation between Different Testing Methods; 4. INDUSTRIAL APPROACHES FOR REDUCTIONOF FORMALDEHYDE EMISSIONS; 4.1. Low Formaldehyde Content Resins; 4.2. Formaldehyde Scavenger Additives; 4.3. Post-treatments; 4.4. Alternative Adhesives; FUTURE PERSPECTIVES; REFERENCES.
Chapter 3: ELECTRONIC SPECTRAOF FORMALDEHYDE IN AQUEOUS SOLUTION:THE NONEQUILIBRIUM SOLVENT EFFECTWITH MOLECULAR MODELINGABSTRACT; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. HISTORICAL MODELING FOR THE SPECTRAOF FORMALDEHYDE IN SOLUTION; 2.1. Implicit Solvent Model; 2.2. Explicit Solvent Model; 2.3. Supermolecule Model; 2.4. The Aims of this Chapter; 3.METHODOLOGY; 3.1. Explicit Solvent Model; 3.2. Implicit Solvent Model; 4. COMPUTATIONAL DETAILS; 5. RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS; 5.1. Molecular Properties; 5.2. Vertical Excitation in Vacuum; 5.3. Solvent Structure; 5.4. Solvent Shift Estimated with the M-ASEP/MD Program.
ISBN 9781622572281 ebook
9781622572144 hardcover
OCLC # 831625487
Additional Format Print version: Formaldehyde New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2012] 9781622572144 (hardcover) (DLC) 2012021148.

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