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Modified Soy-based Adhesive for Plywood Applications

SpecialChem / Jan 8, 2013

Soy proteins have shown great potential for use as renewable and environmentally friendly adhesives The orthogonal experiments are designed for the urea-modified soy protein isolate (SPI) adhesives and the optimum formula is obtained. The mass concentrations of SPI and urea are 14% and 8% (relative to the total mass of SPI and water), the reaction temperature and time are 35 and 60 min, respective...

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