Effects of UV light irradiation on colour stability of thermally modified, copper ethanolamine treated and non-modified wood: EPR and DRIFT spectroscopic studies

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A series of experiments were carried out to investigate the colour stability of chemically treated and thermally modified wood compared to non-modified wood during long term artificial UV light irradiation. One set of wood samples was vacuum-pressure impregnated with alkaline (pH 9.8) copper (II) ethanolamine aqueous solution, while another set of samples… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00226-007-0147-4

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@article{Deka2007EffectsOU, title={Effects of UV light irradiation on colour stability of thermally modified, copper ethanolamine treated and non-modified wood: EPR and DRIFT spectroscopic studies}, author={Manabendra Deka and M. F. Humar and Gregor Rep and Borut Kri{\vc}ej and Marjeta Sentjurc and Marko Petri{\vc}}, journal={Wood Science and Technology}, year={2007}, volume={42}, pages={5-20} }