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Publikācija: Effect of Wood Species on the Properties of Lignocellulosic Composites Obtained with a Lignin-Based Glue

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Title in original language Effect of Wood Species on the Properties of Lignocellulosic Composites Obtained with a Lignin-Based Glue
Field of research 1. Natural sciences
Sub-field of research 1.4 Chemical sciences
Authors Galia Shulga
Tālrīts Betkers
Vadims Šakels
Anrijs Verovkins
Brigita Neiberte
Genādijs Koļesņikovs
Keywords Lignin/polymer complex, mulch
Abstract The known management practice for monitoring the erosion of a sandy soil combines the application of grass seedings, an organic mulch, and a polymeric glue in one water solution. The polymeric glue attaches the mulch and grass seeds to the sandy surface, reinforces this surface by forming composite mulch-soil layers, and, thereby it is capable of preventing the washout, leaching, and blowing off of mulch and soil.
Reference Shulga, G., Betkers, T., Šakels, V., Verovkins, A., Neiberte, B., Koļesņikovs, G. Effect of Wood Species on the Properties of Lignocellulosic Composites Obtained with a Lignin-Based Glue. In: Mechanics of Composite Materials 2008: Book of Abstracts, Latvia, Riga, 26-30 May, 2008. Riga: Institute of Polymer Mechanics, 2008, pp.242-243.
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