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Observation and analysis of gypsum particleboard using SEM

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Abstract

The microstructures of gypsum board and gypsum particleboard were observed by SEM. The effects of retarder and waterproof agent on the shape and the average dimension of the gypsum crystal were discussed. The mechanism was investigated as well. Four typical instances, i e, the gypsum crystal shape, the gypsum combined with particles on the particles surface, the gypsum combined with particles on the wood cross section and the gypsum combined with particles inside the wood cell cavity were selected and observed. Furthermore, the agglomeration and cementation mechanism between gypsum and particle were studied.

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Funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 30371130) NSFU and KOSEF cooperation research in 2004

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Feng, Q., Deng, Y., Kim, H. et al. Observation and analysis of gypsum particleboard using SEM. J. Wuhan Univ. Technol. 22, 44–47 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11595-005-1044-z

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Key words

  • crystal shape
  • gypsum particleboard
  • additive