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Title Deterioration and protection of sustainable biomaterials / Tor P. Schultz, editor, Silvaware, Inc., Starkville, Mississippi, Barry Goodell, editor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), Blacksburg, Virginia, Darrel D. Nicholas, editor, Mississippi State University Mississippi State, Mississippi ; sponsored by the ACS Division of Cellulose and Renewable Materials.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (xii, 397 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series ACS symposium series ; 1158
ACS symposium series ; 1158.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject Biomedical materials -- Congresses.
Biomedical materials -- Deterioration -- Congresses.
Sustainable engineering -- Congresses.
Biomedical and Dental Materials -- chemistry.
Biodegradation, Enviromental
Fungi -- chemistry.
Wood -- chemistry.
Wood -- microbiology.
Biomass.
Plants -- chemistry.
Hot Temperature.
Isoptera -- chemistry.
Insecticides -- chemistry.
Fungicides, Industrial -- chemistry.
Copper -- chemistry.
Trees -- chemistry.
Cross-Linking Reagents -- chemistry.
Acetylation.
Building Codes.
Europe.
North America.
China.
Genre Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents Current understanding of brown-rot fungal biodegradation mechanisms: a review -- Fungal and bacterial biodegradation: white rots, brown rots, soft rots, and bacteria -- Omics and the future of sustainable biomaterials -- Genetic identification of fungi involved in wood decay -- Evolution of fungal wood decay -- Above ground deterioration of wood and wood-based materials -- Wood deterioration: ground contact hazards -- Thermal degradation and conversion of plant biomass into high value carbon products -- Termites and timber -- Fungicides and insecticides used in wood preservation -- Treatment technologies: past and future -- Copper-based wood preservative systems used for residential applications in North America and Europe -- Microdistribution of copper in southern pine treated with particulate wood preservatives -- Evaluating the leaching of biocides from preservative-treated wood products -- Discussion on prior commercial wood preservation systems that performed less well than expected -- Processes and properties of thermally modified wood manufactured in Europe -- Wood protection with dimethyloldihydroxy-ethyleneurea and its derivatives -- Acetylation of wood -- ICC-ES: the alternate path for building code recognition -- The development of consensus-based standards for wood preservatives/protectants and treated wood products -- Wood protection trends in North America -- Preservation of wood and other sustainable biomaterials in China.
Other Author Schultz, Tor P., 1953- editor.
Goodell, Barry, editor.
Nicholas, Darrel D., editor.
American Chemical Society. Cellulose and Renewable Materials Division.
Other Title Print version: Deterioration and protection of sustainable biomaterials. Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 2014 9780841230040