2009
DOI: 10.14723/tmrsj.34.659 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Recently, the generation of poisonous substances, such as formaldehyde, from adhesives or paints used for interior finishing projects has become a serious problem. Dust and cutting chips produced while working with woodceramics (WCS) are currently put into disposal. This study aimed to determine a way to recycle dust and cutting chips. The authors focused on the excellent gas adsorptivity of WCS, and attempted to use these materials in construction. Several paints were prepared to adsorb poisonous substances i… Show more

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